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15 days ago

Regional HR Project Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

The Regional HR Project Manager will be responsible for leading project management and expansion planning across all business and services lines in… Amazon.com


15 days ago

Security Solution Architect APAC

Amazon.com Singapore

. As a Security Solution Architect within Amazon Web Services (AWS), you will have the opportunity to help shape and deliver on a strategy to build… Amazon.com


18 days ago

Technical Business Development Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

As a business development Leader within Infrastructure, you will have the exciting opportunity to help shape and deliver on a strategy to expand and… Amazon.com


19 days ago

Vendor Sourcing Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

The VSM works with teams (DCGS domestic and international, Legal, Finance, Tax, etc.) across the organization to manage vendor relationships… Amazon.com


21 days ago

Web Designer (Intern)

Amazon.com Singapore

Our APAC digital marketing team is seeking a web designer with a passion for creating digital user interfaces that focuses on the user experience… Amazon.com


15 hrs ago

Professional Services Big Data Consultant – new

Amazon.com Singapore

Amazon aims to be the most customer centric company on earth. Amazon Web Services (AWS) provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure… Amazon.com


21 days ago

Enterprise Business Development Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

will include increasing adoption, and market penetration in enterprise accounts. The ideal candidate will possess both a business development and… Amazon.com


18 days ago

Senior Marketing Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

ยท Create and successfully drive awareness, adoption, and usage of AWS through innovative, scalable and leveragable platform programs - including… Amazon.com


18 days ago

Singapore Security Operations Center (SOC) Manager

Amazon.com Singapore

The Singapore SOC Manager will ensure all technicians are aware of and properly adhere to procedures, Service Level Agreements and will lead… Amazon.com


15 hrs ago

Senior Technical Sourcer – new

Amazon.com Singapore

Candidates will be able to demonstrate excellent sourcing, research and hunting skills via internet, phone or other channels. Candidates will have a… Amazon.com


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    Lack of career development, top-heavy, unappreciated

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
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    • Culture & Values
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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Singapore (Singapore)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Singapore (Singapore)

    I have been working at Amazon.com full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    You will meet some of the brightest people here who are genuinely interested in technology and getting things done.

    Truly a place where some of the cutting edge technologies are being developed every day.

    Cons

    Zero career development. No career development discussions. When you do request for one, they turn it around and ask you to map out what you want. When you do, they don't respond or critique on your plan, or it will be something along the lines of "I know you want... but at the moment that is not possible". Either way, your voice is never heard.

    Failure to deliver on promises. You're always given new roles and additional responsibilities with the promise that you'll eventually be promoted, but it never happens.

    Compensation is a joke. Due to the sign-on bonuses and how they're structured, you will actually end up earning less after 2 years.

    Lack of recognition. I have seen many projects taken away from the local teams and become "globalised", with no recognition given to the pioneers of the projects.

    Yearly increments are non-existent or very small (< 5%).

    Amazon Leadership Principles. These principles are good in theory, but in practise they're used against you. You'd be faulted if you spent more than necessary on a campaign for not being "Frugal", because you wanted to be "Customer Obsessed". You'd be faulted for not "Having Backbone" if you said yes to take on an additional job role, yet you'd also be faulted for not having "Ownership" and not thinking of the entire company if you said no. Most of the senior management do not "Dive Deep" and roll up their sleeves. When they do, it'd be a big thing and you'd see emails being sent all over the place.

    Vested shares. It looks good on paper, but you only get all of it after 4 years. Also, they use it year after year during your yearly review to convince you why you are getting a good deal.

    No teamwork, no camaraderie. I remember one of the senior management once mentioning he doesn't believe in friends within the workplace because it leads to employees not wanting to perform and outdo one another.

    No alignment throughout the organization. Working with the corporate team is difficult, the goals are just not aligned and management does not help to make things easier. Most of the time you feel like your managers are against you just to please corporate, instead of backing you in getting things done.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Show genuine concern for the people working for you instead of constantly trying to please those above you. Remember, there are people who genuinely work their hearts out to deliver for you. Appreciation isn't just words, if you truly appreciate your employees, do something to show it. Empty promises time and again just brings the team morale lower.

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