Employees and Partners
Amazon is creating a culture of sustainability, responsibility, and diversity across our business to amplify and deliver on our ambitious sustainability goals.
Employees and Partners
Amazon Sustainability Ambassadors
At Amazon locations around the world, more than 4,500 employees join together as Sustainability Ambassadors—a grassroots organization of Amazonians working to expand the efforts of the global teams that work directly on managing Amazon’s environmental and social impacts.
Diversity and Inclusion
We are continually looking for ways to further diversify our workforce and strengthen our culture of inclusion.
Amazon’s culture of inclusion is reinforced within our 14 Leadership Principles.
Amazon enables our sellers, creators, and builders from all backgrounds with opportunities to follow their passion and find their best future.
Representation matters. We track the representation of women and underrepresented racial/ethnic minorities because we know that diversity helps us build better teams that are obsessed over our global customer base.
Creating a culture of safety means listening to our associates as closely as we listen to our customers.
Inside each fulfillment center, creating a culture of safety means the company listens to its associates as closely as it listens to its customers.
Ever wonder how Amazon gets your packages to you so quickly? Come see the magic.
How Amazon delivers products safer and faster.
As a global retail and technology company employing hundreds of thousands of workers around the world, we recognize the importance of raising awareness and training our employees on relevant human rights and social responsibility issues.
See how we put our scale and inventive culture to work on building a sustainable future.
How we're supporting our employees, customers, and communities
Amazon Web Services customers are helping local businesses operate through the complexities of COVID-19 and empowering neighbors to stay connected and assist each other while remaining safe.
AWS teams up with RallyPoint military social media platform and Harvard University's Nock Lab to use machine learning to aid intervention efforts by analyzing at-risk public posts.