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When it comes to company culture, Amazon is barking up the right tree.
Kano is the company behind the computer anyone can make, with simple steps, playful projects, and creative tools for people who want to make technology, not just use it. Kano launched in 2013 and developed with the help of hundreds of young people, artists, and teachers worldwide.
Our new head office is part of Amazon’s long-term commitment to the UK, having invested £6.4 billion here since 2010.
Claire Doherty is one of three women in the UK to be selected for our Amazon Women in Innovation Bursary, which provides funding for up to four years of university as well as access to an Amazon mentor, to encourage women to pursue a STEM career.
With robot designs ranging from a futuristic alarm clock to a medicine dispensing bot and a gadget to help blind people read, pupils have been busy getting creative at Amazon’s Development Centre in Scotland.
We are hiring up and down the country for roles in our head office, research and development, AWS and operations.
In celebration of our fifth year in Dunfermline, this week we welcomed more than 250 children, teachers and parents from local primary schools into our fulfilment centre.
We’re launching a new Operations Apprenticeship in our fulfilment centres across the UK.
Our new transgender employee guidelines aim to boost diversity, support and inclusion across the UK business
New guidelines include best practice on issues such as the correct use of names and pronouns and restroom accessibility, were created with Amazon employees from across the company with the aim of supporting transgender staff and their allies.