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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Amazon.com a better place to work?

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  • Less parcels

  • Offer permanent positions to returning temps

  • Offer more flexible shifts

  • Take care of employees in a way that motivates them make them feel that they are appreciated.

  • People management

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  • I would ask him update the gift wrap area. As the gift bags are not the right colours or size, according to season and occasions. no seasonal ribbon. After all customers are paying £3 per bag regardless of size. Oh if I may be cheeky I am a great cook I would love to introduce an indian meal day at the Branch I work at. From kebabs, rice, onion bhajis , chutneys, curries chappatis just to boost the emplyees morals at lunch times. also throughout there day, It's a multicultural company and multicultural food everyone enjoys so a survey could be introduced, for all employees to tick the food they would like to see on a certain day of the week. Thank you for reading.

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    Look after your employees treat them like human for god sake ..make sure they get permanent job rather than good by after 8 months.

  • Would educate the consumers on how best to make the delivery of their parcels easier for the delivery associate, ie giving better instructions on where they would like their parcel delivered to save the associate precious time.

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