On average, employees in Houston, TX at Amazon give their company a 3.6 rating out of 5.0 based on 6, whereas overall Average Rating of Amazon is 3.9 out of 5.0 based on 752 Amazon Review Ratings. The happiest Amazon employees in Houston, TX are Lead Delivery Drivers submitting an average rating of 4.4 and Anonymous Employees with a rating of 3.8.
"I’ve worked for Amazon for 3 years and 4 months. The work environment here is fast paced and hardworking getting the job done on time. The managers here are good having communication skills that are clear and consistent. The benefits are great for part-time and full-time employees. It’s also a good job for people who are also in school along with the programs they can sign up for according to their school/career of choice."
"In my opinion, working as a delivery driver for amazon has been a good experience all around. It has limited room for growth depending on what your aspirations are. For the most part, it provides fair pay for a fair amount of physical labor. Management is amazing, very proficient and kind with their employees. Never had an issue with management or co-workers."
"I've worked for Amazon since 2016 and have had the opportunity to work in various locations in the US. It can be a challenging place to work but everyday is something new and things are always changing. It is a fast paced environment with lots of opportunity of growth and promotions."
"I've worked for Amazon for 2 years and they are hard working. I contribute to having a healthier state of working areas by always making sure the employees are satisfied. It's a warehouse job so I couldn't use my full potential. If I get this career change I will not disappoint your company."
"Good company to work for and I recommend it to others."
"Discriminatory environment. When you give feedback to your managers they retaliate. Exhausting working hours=. No recognition. Nothing like what's shown or said on social media. The $15/hour promise to employees is just a way to promote the brand. When signing with them, make sure you meticulously read through their benefits package. The 401k is a joke. Everything is done to deter employees from complaining. They have an inside procedure of hearing employees' complaints that is totally biased. If you want to stay there, please avoid challenging your boss. They ask you to sign documents preventing you from talking about the way they mistreat employees. It will take a while for people to understand that, among the top companies in the US, this company operates in such a way that no employee can touch it."
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