Amazon in South African hiring drive

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Amazon on hiring spree for South African marketplace

Amazon is currently advertising 50 full-time positions and one seasonal job opening in South Africa, with several of the roles related to its plans to launch a marketplace in the country.

The online retail giant is looking for a customer service lead for its South African operations, a B-BBEE senior programme manager, a transportation and fulfilment manager, and several vendor and supply chain-related roles.
 
isnt Amazon one of the places that treats its employees the worst?
litraly like numbers on a spreadsheet, and discarded just as easily.
 
Senior programme manager (BB-BEE)

Amazon is an equal opportunities employer, and we value your passion to discover, invent, simplify and build. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, religion or belief. Amazon is strongly committed to diversity within its community and especially welcomes applications from South African citizens who are members of designated groups who may contribute to Employment Equity within the workplace and the further diversification of ideas. In this regard, the relevant laws and principles associated with Employment Equity will be considered when appointing potential candidates. We are required by law to verify your ability to work lawfully in South Africa. Amazon requires that you submit a copy of either your identity document or your passport and any applicable work permit if you are a foreign national, along with an updated curriculum vitae.

One of those things is not like the other >.>

Anyhow its amazon and its for a onsite position in Cape Town both of those are not worth it for me....
Something about peeing in bottles and not being able to afford a house doesnt sit well with me.
 
One of those things is not like the other >.>

Anyhow its amazon and its for a onsite position in Cape Town both of those are not worth it for me.
Can't even believe you'd consider it. Do you value your weekends, and your relationships?
 
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