- Équilibre travail/vie privée
- Culture et valeurs
- Opportunités de carrière
- Rémunération et avantages
Je travaille chez Amazon à temps partiel (Moins d'un an)
Scheduling flexibility, decent pay, theoretically lots of potential to grow
There’s many neutral or minor things, but mainly lack of available shifts, no shift consistency, continually hiring more new ppl when majority ppl still stuck with patchwork schedules (ie 9-5 one day, 2am to 10 the next, and 3pm to 11 the next..) *optional shifts, but either take em or take the day off so...
Conseils à la direction
Enable some personal communication between work force and HR/managers. Relying on email/800 number is frustrating and leads to far too many situations where the management says “I’m not sure call HRC”
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J'ai postulé en ligne. Le processus a pris 2 semaines. J'ai passé un entretien à Amazon (Kirkland, WA (États-Unis)) en septembre 2017.
A recruiter contacted me through email and asked me to answer some redundant application questions like salary requirements, can I perform the job at the listed location, education, have I interviewed with Amazon in the past, when I am available to start if offered a position, etc. Then asked me to provide several days/times I am available for a phone interview. After answering those questions I was forwarded to another recruiter where they gave me all the details for the first technical phone interview as well as some interview prep like what to expect in the interview, their leadership principles, and STAR method. They kept stressing their leadership principles, but I wasn't asked any specific questions regarding it in this interview. The 1 hour phone interview was conducted on schedule by a manager in the dept I applied for, they started by telling me about the dept and then had me give an introduction about myself. It was supposed to be a technical interview, but I wasn't asked to share my computer screen like the recruiter told me I would have to so I wasn't asked to do any programming. It mostly consisted of my past experience and education, "Tell me a time when..." type questions. At the end I was able to ask any questions I had.
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