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What is a ‘Bar Raiser’ at Amazon?

Amazon is focused on hiring well, rather than hiring quickly. The Bar Raiser Programme is just one example of why our hiring process is unique.

Discover what's behind the Amazon ID badges

Find out why our employees joined, why they stay, and why their ID badges aren't all the same color.

New space for new ideas - Made in Berlin

New office space that could accommodate up to 3400 employees in Warschauer Brücke district in Berlin, Germany.

How Amazon hires

The story (and song) behind Amazon’s Bar Raiser Program

Women taking a traditional family business into the digital age

Lucia and Anna. Two women, mother and daughter, run a business specializing in the production of traditional Venetian masks, and they have managed to lead it into the future thanks to Amazon.it.

“At our scale we think we can make an incredible positive difference so we build the system around sustainability”

Meet Kara Hurst, Head of Worldwide Sustainability at Amazon and learn more on how we’re facing one of the world’s biggest challenges.

Driving design to combat climate change

Delivery associates helped design Amazon’s new fleet of electric delivery vehicles with safety and sustainability in mind.

Get the Amazon "All Hands" experience

In images – discover what it's like to work at our European headquarters in Luxembourg

Getting Started is Easy

Anyone starting a new job knows it: The fright before the first working day. A visit to Amazon in Frankenthal shows that there is another way.

Amazon Academy: How we're helping people with disabilities

In our first Amazon Academy on Accessibility, we discussed with the policymakers how Amazon devices can help remove barriers for people with disabilities.

How Leadership Principles shape our daily work

Georgina Yellowlees, Director of Talent Acquisition, Ops HR explains which of our 14 Leadership Principles are particularly important to her and help shape her daily business.

Meet the Amazonians finding inspiration in their new Munich offices

Amazon Web Services (AWS) officially opened new offices in Munich in September, housing account managers, marketing and sales teams, solutions architects, partner managers, professional services consultants, support staff, and more.
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