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)

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 Amazon.co.uk 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.

When Fatima met Zing: International Women's Day

Amazon Women in Innovation Bursary recipient Fatima Benkhaled interviews leading journalist and author Zing Tsjeng for International Women’s Day.

Apprentices at Amazon are creating their own opportunities

Elizabeth, Jonathon and Tomas. Three different stories, but one aspiration in common: the desire to accelerate their careers. They got a chance with Amazon’s apprenticeship programme.

Working flexibly shouldn’t change your career trajectory

When looking at your career progression, it’s important to first establish a track record of working flexibly and delivering results.

AWS

Recognising the achievements of women working in IT

AWS sponsored the Women in IT Awards this year to recognise the outstanding innovation achieved by women in the IT industry.

Welcoming our parents to our new UK head office for the day

Four hundred parents and grandparents from all over the UK, and some from even further afield, visited their children’s workplace for ‘Bring Your Parents To Work Day'.

Public tours launched at Dunfermline fulfilment centre

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.
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