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18 days ago

Control Systems Specialist

Amazon Campbellsville, KY

are required for a successful CSS: • Perform Allen Bradley (A&B) PLC control level issue diagnosis using ladder logic and Control View HMI. • Follow… Amazon


18 days ago

IT Support Technician

Amazon Campbellsville, KY

Amazon, one of the top 100 companies in the United States, has an immediate opening for an IT Support Technician in our Fulfillment Center… Amazon


18 days ago

IT Support Engineer II

Amazon Campbellsville, KY

Amazon, one of the top 100 companies in the United States, has an immediate opening for a IT Support Engineer II (Senior Technician) in our… Amazon


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    Fast paced, constantly changing production goals, cold in winter, extremely hot in summer.

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    I worked at Amazon.com full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    You do have a job, and most jobs in a amazon fulfillment center are not that hard, but the constant pressure that is placed upon you to work harder literally makes life miserable for some.

    Cons

    Unrealistic production goals that are guaranteed to increase when you finally do meet their standards. Most area managers and ops managers could not or would not do the jobs that they hold their employees accountable to do.

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    Constant turnover in this area due to the hours the managers are required to work and pressure that is placed upon them. Most managers that stay over a year are miserable too, but they are compensated by pay and benefits that are over twice what the average associate on the floor makes, and some of these people don't even know what the people on the floor do for a living. Amazon management in Seattle is well aware of this, as surveys are taken every year, with the hourly employees saying the same thing each time. If the economy ever does improve, Amazon will have a hard time finding employees, at any wage.

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