Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has said, “A brand for a company is like a reputation for a person. You earn reputation by trying to do hard things well.” In addition to being known for selling nearly every item you can think of and delivering it at lightening-fast speed, Amazon has become known for building a workforce like no other company has before.
With over 560,000 employees worldwide, the Seattle-based tech giant has seemingly perfected the art of recruiting roles ranging from warehouse workers to a Director of Software Development for Amazon Machine Learning. From Opa-Locka to Baltimore, part-time to work-from-home, the recruiters at Amazon see it all and have learned how to source from every sector and city in the world.
Because of this, Glassdoor Recruit is bringing one of the architects of Amazon’s multi-million dollar hiring engine to share the company’s strategies of success. Ardine Williams is the VP of Worldwide People Operations of Amazon. As a former U.S. Army caption, she has not only opened doors for veterans at Amazon, but she knows how to rally thousands of team members to fall in line to address the companies biggest hiring challenges.
Williams will sit down with Robert Hohman, CEO & co-founder of Glassdoor, to discuss how Amazon is hiring today and preparing its workforce for tomorrow.
Join us live in Chicago September 27th to hear Williams dive into how she recruits employees who live by the company’s leadership principle of customer obsession. Or tune in on the lifestream to understand what are Amazon’s secrets to building and scaling a diversified workforce during rapid growth? And how is Amazon preparing its workforce for the evolving nature of work?
This is a session you won’t want to miss!