"No training for the CSS position or internal working of an amazon FC at all. There was no communications from the Facilities Manager on expectations, duties or direction. I was very disappointed with the position of CSS at Amazon. I liked it but I had no one to lean on and no training. Then they said I wasn't qualified, even when I completed every task they asked of me. I was never addressed on any performance issues in 4.5 months. Found out through text message on my day off that my contract would not be extended."
"A huge company present on all continents. They use cutting edge equipment procured mostly from Cisco, Citrix, Juniper. They have a retail website network, a border network and a cloud computing network. They offer a lot of advantages to grow professionally and the pay is relatively amazing. Amazon functions on the base of a a 14 core values that they believe is customer-centric."
"I found it to be a strong culture. Numbers driven. Not very fun."
"It's a good company. Kind of warehouse."
"There are a ton of really smart people at Amazon, and they do great things. If they need something that doesn't exist, they build it, turn it into a service and market it."
"You can learn stuff fast and remain cutting edge."
"I've worked here twice. It's an intense environment, but gives you a lot of ownership of your projects. My main complaint would be that you are treated like a number, I saw far too many people lose their jobs without advance notice as soon as the company decides to cut costs."
"Great company to work with as an independent contractor."
"Good place to work, but hard work."
"I worked for Amazon for about two years and within the first year felt the burn out. Long hours are expected and I was always on-call. The benefits are great, and the managers are understanding of when time off is needed, but the work always continued to pile up."
"The TRMS department at Amazon is not a place I have enjoyed or would recommend working at. There is little room for career advancement and the micromanagement is extreme."
"I have only worked for Amazon for short while. However, I have already experienced the good and the bad reputation of the company. There are lots of very smart people who work there, many of them being very ambitious. I think ambition may get the better of some of the employees as they sometimes resort to making themselves look better by making others look worse. Level of experience overall is quite low because of the high turnover."
"I've worked for Amazon in 2012. I found it to be a good company to work for with a lot of great people. I enjoyed my job while working there."
"I worked for amazon as a risk investigator for 4 months, it was a wonderful experience as i got to learn how amazon tries to keep its activity so secure and safe. I saw the possible happenings of a credit card fraud and i was in MRI which stands for merchant risk investigations.Which prevents the seller from doing a fraud to the customers."
"The people were nice to work with, but I was grossly underpaid for the work I was doing, I found my manager difficult to approach, and because everyone else on my team was as green as I was it was difficult to get help. Lastly I was cut from my contract along with every other contractor on my team with only a weeks warning, which I might add was less than I was required to give them in the case that I wanted to leave."
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