6 ways to get involved with This Is Engineering Day

On Wednesday 6th November, Amazon is supporting This Is Engineering Day – an exciting annual campaign that brings engineering to life for young people around the country. Here’s how you can get involved.

Brownies help Amazon celebrate 200,000th fulfilment tour milestone

Amazon surprised a pack of Brownies at its fulfilment centre in Rugeley by revealing they were the 200,000th public tour visitors in the world this year.
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Meet the veterans working at Amazon

Phil Davenport and Joe Haggis left the Armed Forces in search of a better work/life balance. Like hundreds of veterans and reservists, they have found a fresh start at Amazon.

How I started my own delivery business with Amazon’s help

Former Amazonian and Army Captain Ed Hattersley tells the story behind Warrior Logistics, the independent business he founded with the help of Amazon, and his commitment to helping veterans in their civilian transition.

A digital lifeline

For these residents of Hampton Care Home, Alexa has become an empowering and comforting presence.

Writing advice from the top of the chart

A world open to anybody: independent best-selling author LJ Ross, who has recently topped the Amazon Charts Most Read and Most Sold Fiction lists, shares her self-publishing experience and her top tips for aspiring writers.

5 female tech superstars working at Amazon

After Women in Tech announced Amazon as winner of this year’s Female Tech Employer of the Year Award in July, we caught up with some of our female tech employees who are leading the way in their fields.

Amazon’s Economic Impact in the UK

Last year we celebrated our 20th anniversary in the UK, and we thought now would be a good moment to step back and reflect on what our overall economic contribution has been to the UK over that time. We’re sharing a snapshot of our job creation, tax contributions, and broader economic impact in the UK, including economic analysis that builds on our regular reporting cycle to go deeper than usual and provide a better understanding of our business and how we support the communities where we operate.

What does it take to be a Safety Manager for Amazon?

Safety Manager at Amazon's Fulfilment Centre in Tilbury, Diego Sabella, shares his story of working at Amazon.

Young learners share their path to success with the help of AWS re/Start

AWS re/Start is a training and job placement programme from Amazon Web Services (AWS) educating learners with little or no technology experience on software development and cloud computing.

Flexible working is important to Amazon employees

Flexible, part-time and remote working at Amazon helps our employees to embrace the challenge and chart their own path. We spoke to five employees who benefit.

Amazon Goes Gold for children with cancer

During September, Amazon is raising awareness for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Special events will highlight the innovative work being done by hospitals and charities to increase the survival rate of paediatric cancer.

How we’re delivering renewable energy to power Amazon and millions of AWS customers

Major investments in renewable energy are a critical step to address Amazon’s carbon footprint globally.

What is a ‘Bar Raiser’ at Amazon?

Amazon is focused on hiring well, rather than hiring quickly. The Bar Raiser Programme is just one example of why our hiring process is unique.
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