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Amazon certified as a “2021 Top Employer” in Italy, Spain and France

The Top Employer certification distinguishes employers who create optimal conditions for the development of their employees.

How we’ve celebrated International Women’s Day in 2021

Looking back on our global events recognizing the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

Amazon families: like father, like son

At Amazon, we celebrate National Father’s Day in Spain by giving visibility to some of the Amazon families within our Operations Network, where fathers and sons work together at the same fulfillment center.

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 across Europe

International Women's Day, on Monday March 8th, is a global event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

Meet the apprentices thriving at Amazon in the UK, as we launch 1,000 new roles

As Amazon continues to invest in the UK, creating 1,000 more full-time apprenticeship roles in 2021, our apprentices have been sharing their stories ahead of National Apprenticeship Week

Meet our new joiners on-boarding for work - virtually and from home

Starting a new job and joining a new team from a distance has become a challenge to both employers and employees. Read how Amazon is making on-boarding work - online and virtually.

Breaking gender rules through Flamenco

Rubén Heras is an Amazon associate that combines his job at the Barcelona logistics center with his project Flamenco Queer. In the pursuit of his dream of being a flamenco dancer, he has broken down many gender barriers and has become an LGTBIQ+ rights advocate. He is one of the winners of the Amazon Stars initiative, which promotes the talents among the company’s employees.

Meet the Amazon teams preparing your orders in the UK

We have made more than 150 process changes to keep our incredible people safe during the pandemic and deliver magic experiences for customers.

Preserving the dialogue with inclusive masks at Amazon in France

Marina, who has been working at Amazon in France for over a year, is particularly glad to be working in an environment that takes into account the fact she is deaf. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, they have all been wearing inclusive face masks that allow for fluid communication.

Job opportunities at Amazon: Ute’s dream to teach

It was always Ute’s dream to teach. Since becoming a Trainer at the new Amazon Fulfilment Centre in Sülzetal near Magdeburg, Germany. She’s managed to finally fulfil her dream, at the age of 64.
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