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Huge vacancy | Amazon is hiring |Across India |Multiple roles
Amazon has reported an unprecedented wave of orders during the lockdown. With the push for remote working, retailers like Walmart, Target corp as well as e-commerce companies like Instacart have seen immense growth in online shopping. Most of these companies have hired hundreds of thousands of workers.
The e-commerce giant is also on a hiring spree. In August and September, Amazon has announced a plan to hire 20,000 people in seven cities across the US and UK.
Amazon is also expanding its office spaces. The company believes that office spaces in prime city locations are important to their future. The tech firm is basically laying the groundwork for its employees to return to the office. Currently, it has announced Work From Home (WFH) till January 8.
The firm’s perspective on the value of being in the office is different than other companies such as Facebook and Twitter that have embraced virtual work. Amazon is increasing its task among both its corporate and non-corporate ranks.
Amazon is preferring to hire contract workers on hourly wages. The company pays $15 per hour as minimum wage to employees. It did away with certain incentive pay and stock compensation for hourly warehouse and customer service employees.
The biggest warehouse of Amazon was used for the bulk of its fulfilment centre operations, typically located in suburban areas. The smaller delivery centres are placed closer to the cities to speed up shopping time.
Amazon is among the very few companies to become quite profitable even during the pandemic. It has dominated online shopping, the pandemic has pushed the shopping trend towards online, allowing Amazon to achieve record sales.