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100000 Job Opportunities At Amazon India Ahead Of This Festive Season

Amazon India has announced 1,00,000 job opportunities for the festive season to meet its seasonal demands.

News Link: 100000 Job Opportunities At Amazon India Ahead Of This Festive Season – By ND Technology Desk

Amazon India announced on Wednesday that it has created more than 1,00,000 seasonal job opportunities ahead of the festive season across its operations network in the country. The new seasonal positions will help boost its delivery experience and the company’s fulfillment and delivery capabilities to meet the surge in customer demand this festive season.

The 1 lakh new associates will join Amazon’s existing robust network of associates and support them to pick, pack, ship and deliver customer’s orders safely and efficiently.

The company has also generated tens of thousands of indirect opportunities through its partner networks such as its trucking partners, packaging vendors, ‘I Have Space’ delivery partners, Amazon Flex partners and housekeeping agencies among many others to support the exponential demand during this period.

“This year, more than 100,000 seasonal associates will join us to to fulfil customer promises,” said Akhil Saxena, Vice President – APAC, MENA and LATAM Customer Fulfillment Operations, Amazon India.

“We remain committed to creating job opportunities across the country, specially at a time when the pandemic has posed challenges in earning livelihood for many,” he added.

70,000 jobs announced by Amazon India in May

Earlier this year, in May, Amazon India created close to 70,000 seasonal opportunities across its operational network and customer service centres.

This along with todays announcement is another step forward in Amazon India’s commitment to create 1 million new job opportunities in India by 2025 through continued investments in technology, infrastructure, and its logistics network.

Read More news at Technology Segment

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