Amazon Delivery Driver Job Review

Amazon Delivery Driver Job Review

Amazon.com, Inc.
Amazon
Formerly Cadabra, Inc. (1994–1995)
Type
Public

ISIN


US0231351067

Industry
Founded July 5, 1994

; 27 years ago


(

1994-07-05

)



Bellevue, Washington

, U.S.
Founder
Jeff Bezos
Headquarters

,

U.S.
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Products
Services
Revenue Increase


US$

386.064

billion


(2020)
Increase

US$22.9 billion

(2020)
Increase

US$21.331 billion

(2020)


Total assets

Increase

US$321.2 billion

(2020)


Total equity

Increase

US$93.404 billion

(2020)
Owner Jeff Bezos (14.0% voting power, 10.6% economic interest)


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Number of employees
Increase
1,468,000 (Sept. 2021)


[2]




[3]



U.S.: 810,000 (Oct. 2020)

Subsidiaries
Website

amazon

.com


Footnotes / references




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amazon delivery driver job review

I Used To Enjoy Being An Amazon Delivery Driver, But Ever Since The Company Installed Cameras In Our Vans, It Feels Like We’Re Always Being Watched.

Amazon claims that the 270-degree, AI-powered cameras can be motion activated without recording every second.

They know what driver is up to. I get a “distracted driver” notification even if I’m changing the radio station or drinking water. Sometimes I get a ding if I look away from my van.

This has become so irritating. For each “distracted drivers” notification, I’m getting docked points off my safety score. Management can review this and use it to either dock my hours or fire you. Amazon said the camera is there to help us with safety, but it feels like an invasion of privacy.

Many of my DSP drivers feel the same frustration. Amazon changed its routing algorithm, marking multiple deliveries in the same area as a single trip. Even though there are many houses and apartments scattered around the block, Amazon still marks them all as one-stop. These changes make it so difficult to do our job.

Though I once thought that I would be free as a delivery driver and have a lot of freedom, I find it difficult to park in a park or enjoy the fresh air when I am not driving.

Are Amazon delivery drivers making good money?

Amazon Delivery Driver salaries average $17 an hour. Delivery Driver salaries at Amazon can range from $9 – $82 per hour. … When factoring in bonuses and additional compensation, a Delivery Driver at Amazon can expect to make an average total pay of $17 per hour.3 days ago

Amazon Delivery Drivers: How Long Do They Work?

Full-time delivery drivers require 40 hours per week.

How Much Do Amazon Package Delivery Drivers Make?

What is the average hourly pay for a delivery driver at Amazon.com California? California’s hourly average pay for Amazon.com Delivery Drivers is $17.53, which ranks 8% above national norms.

Amazon Drivers Have Trouble

Accidents sustained by drivers on the job In 2020, they had an injury rate of over 13 percent for every 100 employees. By comparison, injuries at Amazon’s warehouses were more than six per 100 full-time employees in 2020.Jun 17, 2021

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