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23 days ago

Graduate Area Manager Doncaster, England

With every order made and parcel delivered, customer demand at Amazon is growing. And to meet this demand, and…

19 days ago

Facilities & Engineering Technician Doncaster, England

- Ensure that work is carried out to a high standard and complies to Amazon’s Health & Safety policies/guidelines. Tasks & Responsibilities - Provide…

14 days ago

Production Controls Engineer (CSS) Doncaster, England

At Amazon, our continuing growth means that when we say we’re going places, we really mean it. Driven by the need to meet customers demand and keep…

23 days ago

Site Controller Doncaster, England

Finance is all about the numbers…unless you work at Amazon; it’s knowing the numbers and so much more. Enthusiasm helps us deliver new ideas, and…

22 days ago

Delivery Station Manager Leeds, England

As the Delivery Station Manager, you will lead a team comprising an Operations Manager, Shift Managers, Operations Supervisors and Operations… Reviews

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    Current Employee - Warehouse Associate in Doncaster, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Warehouse Associate in Doncaster, England (UK)

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    The benefits are okay (if you are a permanent worker). Amazon is going anywhere soon so there is some job security ( There are chances to progress and learn new skills, however most of them don't offer any extra pay. The amount of holiday hours i get per year is very good.


    It seems managment is valued highly and the lower-level workers are just numbers and are unimportant as they can be easily replaced.

    They don't believe you when you are off sick. I had a fever and left early (the first time i have ever gone home early due to sickness in 3 years) on a Friday, which angered my manager. He said he would look back and see if there was a pattern of my going home on fridays so i could have a long weekend.

    around Christmas they make you do compulsory overtime (up to 50-60 hours per week) and you have no say which days you do. I'm due to work 108 hours in the next 12 days.

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