Working at Amazon

Two Amazon employees work on opposite ends of a long decorative table
Images of Amazon's Seattle, Washington, campus, in both the downtown and South Lake Union neighborhoods. (JORDAN STEAD / Amazon)

Proud parents visit our UK head office for ‘Bring Your Parents to Work Day’

With this year’s ‘Bring Your Parents to Work Day’, hundreds of parents and grandparents were given a glimpse into the working life of their children at our London head office.

How a door became a desk, and a symbol of Amazon

Today, Amazon offices around the world are filled with door desks, based on Bezos’ early design.

With Pride

Diversity as a resource: proudly introducing Glamazon, the Amazon affinity group dedicated to LGBTQ+ employees and allies. Together, they help make Amazon a more open and inclusive workplace every day.

From actress to Amazon: Pia Ambardar on career change and finding the job you love

On bold bets, childhood dreams and innovating on behalf of customers: a conversation with Pia Ambardar, Head of Business Development for Dash Europe.

We’re celebrating our Career Choice Programme through Learning at Work Week

Florence Chambers from Amazon in Rugeley is one of hundreds of Amazon employees across the country taking part in the Career Choice programme and is now urging others to participate in the rewarding experience.

Recognition for our UK employee programmes in the Retail Week Rising Stars Awards 2018

We are pleased to hear today that Amazon has been shortlisted in three award categories for the Retail Week Rising Stars Awards this year.

Building B2B from the ground up

Employees Sam Horbye and Thomas Hamper explain what it was like to help launch Amazon Business, a new marketplace for B2B products on that serves the procurement needs of businesses of every size.

Blind since birth, writing code at Amazon since 2013

Michael Forzano said he has a good “mental map of the structure of the code,” which allows him to help colleagues and provide unique feedback to his team.

Amazon named this year’s most popular graduate recruiter in retail in UK TargetJobs Awards

We were delighted to hear that Amazon won the Most Popular Graduate Recruiter in Retail Award at the UK TargetJobs Graduate Awards 2018. The award, presented by Joanna Lumley at the awards ceremony on 28th March, was received following a poll of over 62,000 students who exclusively decide the winner. This is the third year that Amazon has been awarded by students in this sector category.
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