A survey conducted in the US found that the free and quick delivery of Amazon was one of the major reasons why people chose to buy with Amazon. Along with that, 69% of the respondents said that the variety and the quality of the products was another reason they chose to stick with Amazon. Amazon has come far from a small book-selling platform to the world’s leading online retail business. Working with such a company is a dream for many. If you are one of those, looking for an opportunity to start building your career with Amazon, Apply Now!!
Amazon is hiring for its warehouse workers - a team of members performing different roles in the warehouse settings. To become a warehouse worker one does not need to have any prior experience and can start working with a high school degree as well. Along with looking after customer satisfaction, Amazon also gives its employees a safe and friendly work environment to work in.
If you are waiting to get experienced in the warehouse work setting, working with Amazon is an experience you shouldn’t miss.
The team of Amazon Warehouse Workers includes various positions with mostly similar yet different roles. Overall, warehouse workers are responsible for the handling of orders, packaging them and sending them out for delivery, and taking care of the returned products and stocks. The team includes picker/packers, order fulfillment workers, sorting associates, warehouse associates, and others.
Amazon warehouse workers are also expected to carry out some physical tasks such as loading and offloading heavy order deliveries to and from the specific delivery vehicles. It is also required of the workers to have a basic knowledge about warehouse equipment such as forklifts, pallet jacks, etc.
The following are the job responsibilities of an Amazon Warehouse Worker -
To be eligible for the job of a warehouse worker, the applicant must meet the following requirements -
The Amazon warehouse shifts vary from 4-10 hours per day and the employees can choose their shifts according to their time availability.
Amazon employees get seven paid leaves including Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Amazon employees get lunch breaks in their shifts as well other short breaks in their shifts.
Amazon Workforce Staffing
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