Amazon employee work-life balance | Jeff Bezos, CEO Amazon | Code Conference 2016

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Amazon employee work-life balance | Jeff Bezos, CEO Amazon | Code Conference 2016 3.5
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He is talking only about corporate employees. He is not speaking for warehouse employees. Which is the majority of the company.

Author — Heinousness

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1:54 "happy at work" "come home energized" From amazon slave warehouse? xD xD

Author — Mike Torn

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Watching the clock all day...bahahha coming from the man that measures bathroom breaks

Author — eric wallker

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Just another CEO narcissist with false charm. They are the best liars.

Author — checkingdude

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Mr. Bezos, you have any clue how some of your employees *bully* other employees? You are so divorced from reality when you talk like this.

Author — JC

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Interviewer "Amazon has been criticized for having harsh working conditions"
Bezos "Its important for the employees to be happy."

Lol. Guy is the terminator of CEOs.

Author — Michael Reed

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Working at Amazon sucks. There is a work life relationship where work dominates and kills your life. It's a great job if you want to lose weight. No time to rest, no time to eat!

Author — D L

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Easily the worst place I've ever worked. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.

Author — HealthyMealthy

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Lex Luthor has more compassion compared to this psychopath.

Author — JMJ -K

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I've work at Amazon for 4 years. Everyone is constantly looking at the time

Author — Daniel Cerna

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Anyone else notice him barely containing his frustration at the question? Almost like he thinks it's trivial.

Author — TheJohana201

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"come home as an energized husband, energized dad" - comes from a man who had affair as he didn't go home as energized husband.

Author — Lets be human

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Sad that Bezos isnt in touch with the ground reality, the teams in Amazon
suffer. I have worked for 2 years at Amazon, interacted with multiple
teams, worked in multiple teams, and worked across oceans- employess including senior position don't
have much of personal life and most who stay on take pride in it. While
I respect Bezos, it's sad that he doesn't know what a large number of
employees go through. You can call work/life balance or harmony, twist it the way you like; it doesnt really exist in amazon.

Author — Pooja Gulrajani

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I wish he could work at a fulfillment wear house for a year

Author — Unruly Masses

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I work at Amazon they treat you based on the volume they have for the day so at peak they do not bother you at all. Once that volume slows down they will scrutinize your every move and labor track you until you go crazy .

Author — Drewski Levi

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I worked there and I had to quit it was the hardest job I ever had your brain is fried at the end of an 8 hr. shift!

Author — Brainstain

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I see 2 faces(feces :O) on one person. Ive never found a dictator or despot who thought they were anything less than magnificent in their treatment of others.

Author — Primo VonBron

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The man should agree to work the floor of one of his busy order fulfilment centres under the exact conditions he expects his employees to work under for a month. Any CEO or employer worth anything would first understand the position and secondly not expect anybody to do anything he wouldn’t be able too. 1 month in there as a nobody working under his own rules and he’d be weeping like a baby. I see this as just another case of a completely out of touch ivory tower egotistical sociopathic rich corporate boss. So what’s new.

Author — Brad The DC Universe Geek

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it always puzzles me how new age corporations fool employees into leaving their soul and blood at the workplace... guys, wake up, you are working for somebody else's dream! you have to deliver what you are paid for and that's about it

Author — Hal

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I work for Amazon and every day I hit 350 to 400 but Amazon doesn't respect there employees they treat you like slaves for that reason I quit working for Amazon

Author — Anthony Flomo