Amazon announces $500 million in special holiday bonuses to front-line workers

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Hard working U.S operations workers of Amazon will smile this holiday

In a blog post on Thursday, the tech large introduced bonus package deal for various classes of its workers. Full-time workers who work between Dec. 1 and Dec. 31 will qualify for a $300 bonus, whereas part-time workers will obtain a $150 bonus, the corporate said.

“As we head into the height of the holiday season, we would like to share our appreciation by way of one other special recognition bonus, totaling greater than $500 million for our front-line workers. U.S. Operations workers who’re employed by the corporate from December 1 to December 31 will qualify for a bonus of $300 for full-time workers and $150 for part-time workers., Amazon Worldwide Operations senior vp Dave Clark stated in a statement.

“I’m grateful to our teams who continue to play a vital role serving their communities” …. I’ve never been more grateful for—or proud of—our teams”, he added

The newest bonus by the e-commerce large, which reported a third-quarter revenue of US$6.3 billion and income of US$96.1 billion, comes in addition to a separate $500 million bonus funds to front-line workers in June. The firm additionally has a $15 per hour minimal wage for U.S. workers.

Amazon stated it can make investments over $750 million this quarter in mixed advantages for the U.S workers, bringing the overall spent on special bonuses and incentives for Amazon workers globally to over $2.5 billion in 2020.

The Seattle-based firm places a well mannered spin on their job opening to entice folks to apply.

“It’s no small job to get every order from click to customer door, the company wrote. Our sort centers are the first stop on the journey from the warehouse. You’ll be working in an energetic environment, sorting and handling packages between trucks. Our sort center team members work together to make sure we get packages to our customers on time. Help us make someone’s every day.”

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