Amazon to employees: We'll pay you to quit and haul packages

Amazon to employees We’ll pay you to quit and haul packages

Amazon to employees: We'll pay you to quit and haul packages

With that in mind, Amazon is now offering existing employees a big incentive to quit their job and become entrepreneurs focused on running a successful delivery business.

The initiative is created to further expand Amazon's Delivery Service Partner (DSP) program, in which the company helps small business owners start their own companies to deliver Amazon packages.

TIME reports that the program started previous year and it's part of the company's plan to launch an independent Amazon delivery business.

According to the announcement, Amazon developed the new arm of the program to help employees who are interested in the Delivery Service Partner program but need assistance during the transition process.

Trump lost more than $1 billion from 1985 to 1994 — Newspaper
Trump didn't pay taxes for eight of the 10 years Due to his business declines, the newspaper reported . However, there is little precedent for utilizing it as a means to probe a president's tax information.


Last month, Amazon said it's working on turning its Prime two-day shipping program into one-day shipping, which should add pressure on the company to build up more of its shipping infrastructure.

The partnership program is part of Amazon's work to vastly expand its shipping capabilities and help it deliver packages even faster. The new initiative from Amazon is part of its Delivery Service Partner program.

We want to hear from you. "Now we have a path for those associated with an appetite for opportunities to own their own businesses".

Amazon says it will cover up to $10,000 in startup costs for employees who are accepted into the program and leave their jobs. It also gives Amazon a way to grow its delivery network without spending the money needed to buy vehicles or hire workers, says Barb Ivanov, director of University of Washington's Urban Freight Lab, a research lab that focuses on logistics and supply chain transportation.

London protest demands Israel end 'unprecedented attacks' on Palestine
Gazans have held weekly rallies since March 2018, primarily to draw global attention to the dire living conditions. Israel and Hamas have fought three wars since 2008 and analysts fear another round remains likely.


The offer is up open most part-time and full-time Amazon employees, including warehouse workers who already pack and ship order.

"The wage problem won't be Amazon's problem", says Ivanov. Amazon prepays up to 95 percent of their tuition for in-demand fields regardless of whether the employee's new career is relevant to Amazon's interests. Whole Foods employees are not eligible to receive the new incentives.

President Donald Trump has accused the company of taking advantage of the US Postal Service by using bulk rates for packages, although many analysts argue that the struggling public corporation benefits from the revenue from the e-commerce giant.

Saudi Arabia says oil tankers targeted in 'sabotage attack'
The UAE on Sunday said the sabotage targeted four boats , without elaborating or naming suspects, reported Daily Express . Iran has repeatedly threatened to close the strait in case of a military confrontation with the United States.


Latest News