Warehouse Associate/Order Picker (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 14 March 2018
A typical day of work at Amazon is 10 hours long. Time goes by pretty quickly because it's always busy and there's always something to do. I learned how to manage customer orders on time with assured quality. Initially, the hardest part of the job is adapting to having to walk at a very past pace 10 hours a day.
Amazon Associate , Ambassador| (Current Employee) – Delta, BC – 13 March 2018
Workplace with good atmosphere, with good benefits. I learned coaching and how to manage work in short hours The hardest part of my job was physical stress and long working hours( 10.5 hrs/night) The most enjoyable part was to settle myself with different cultures and people around.
PRODUCTION ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 10 March 2018
Every Big fishes are getting cheaper day by day and not ready to hire full Time . Exploitation by Recruitment companies is very common now, they send people to work and make a good money by paying less to worker and more for themselves.
Good Which section you work
Very long Hours and some time no Vacation approved only Quit job
warehouse associate (Current Employee) – Scarborough, ON – 8 March 2018
I go to work with an positive attitude, given daily task i make sure to finish my work load by the end of my shift. My work place is an friendly working environment , we all help one another. Team work comes in clutch. I have learned to work in large amounts of group. Time management, working with groups of 3 or more can be tough, its always best to be at the same pace. The tough part of this job is when i end up doing scanning most of my time, as it can get really stressful and boring at times. The part i enjoy is working as an team because it gives me experience to know about one another.
Operations (Former Employee) – Delta, BC – 5 March 2018
Well i dont have anything good to say about amazon unfortunately... they dont care for productive and great individuals. Ive managed team of 35 from which only around 5 were retained( laziest ones!) Culture is non existent. Hr cant talk to employees( always stuck up and not approachable ) especially in delta bc location. Stay away, may as well work for wallmart
Free gaming consoles
Brutal hourse, bad bad pay, unreliable, zero job ret.
Productive is the key in all day-to-day activities
Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 27 February 2018
On line business in Amazon is organized and well programmed. Each and every persons activity and productivity is monitored by the computer. Management is very much concerned about the employee heath and benefits.
General Labourer (Former Employee) – Milton, ON – 26 February 2018
Working at Amazon was a great experience. It taught me responsibility, concern for quality and productivity. The hardest part was the long hours, however the diverse people and good environment made it better.
Picker/Packer (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 26 February 2018
This job was only season and while I was there I only had one job, to be a picker. I was also trained to pack but never did it on the floor at Amazon. This company makes sure your productivity is always on par with their standards.
FC ASSOCIATE (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 23 February 2018
Its really enjoying to work at amazon.everyone is very helpful.our manager and PA helps all of us a lot wherever we need their help. Apart from this the higher management is always ready to help their associates . we got so many benefits .
FC Associate (Former Employee) – Annacis, BC – 18 February 2018
There is much discrimination and if you don't have family or friends in higher positions there is no room for advancement. No matter how much you know or how hard you try to improve yourself it will not help. People are promoted into jobs they are not qualified for simply because of family/friends. I have travelled to many countries and the ethical and cultural enviroment is very third world.