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LGBTQ+ authors and allies #ReadWithPride: Part Two

A stellar literary line-up of LGBTQ+ authors and stories share their stories for Pride.

LGBTQ+ authors and allies #ReadWithPride

Author and YouTuber Lucy Powrie joins a stellar literary line-up to read short clips of their works and celebrate LGBTQ+ visibility for Pride.

How is Amazon celebrating Pride in 2020?

Pride Month is always special at Amazon – both for our LGBTQ+ employees and the many others who are proud to count themselves as allies.

Meeting the Moment

A new series takes viewers behind the scenes of Amazon to meet some of the employees who are delivering smiles.

Meet our new recruits

As the coronavirus outbreak transformed our concept of ‘normality’, people from different walks of life had to put their business on hold. For many of them, a temporary role at Amazon has provided a welcome opportunity, and a way to step up at a challenging time.

A welcome opportunity

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the lives of people across the country and left them without regular sources of income. Here at Amazon, people have turned to us to provide essential products and services during this period and we in turn are bringing more people into our teams to meet the demand.

Look for the rainbows

Amid the COVID‑19 pandemic, children around the world are displaying rainbows in their windows (and inspiring Amazon).

Thank you Amazon teams

Right now, delivering the things people need has never been more important. To all our Amazon teams on the floor, and on the road - thank you.

What does equality mean to our employees?

The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day (IWD) on March 8 was: ‘An equal is world is an enabled world'. Amazon employees told us what equality means to them.

COVID-19 update: More ways Amazon is supporting employees and contractors

Amazon offers extra time off with pay for employees diagnosed with the illness, and establishes a $25 million relief fund.

How is Amazon celebrating International Women’s Day?

International Women's Day on Sunday 8th March is a global event celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

Amazon plays host to first ever LGBT+ Leaders STEM conference

Amazon teams up with Pink News to host the largest careers event in the UK for LGBT+ undergraduates in STEM fields.

Friendships for life: A group of strangers who all found positivity at work

Participants of the I Found the Right Place programme reveal why Amazon is the right place for them and explain the positive impact of their role on their lives.

Amazon named a Top 10 Inclusive Employer by British LGBT+ Awards

Our place in the Top 10 recognises our long-term commitment to supporting members of the LGBT+ communities among our employees and customers.

Return to work after a career break with the AWS Returners Programme

Meet three Amazon employees who joined Amazon Web Services after taking time out

Amazon’s women in tech recognised by TechWomen100 Awards

Ramat Tejani and Suzie Miller named in annual list celebrating women in tech.

Amazon opens doors to newest corporate office in Manchester

We are opening our newest corporate office in central Manchester today, with capacity for 600 new roles, further expanding our presence in the North West.

The strength behind a smile

For our Amazon Fashion Production Manager, Balvinder, a cancer diagnosis became an opportunity to build mental resilience, find her true self and make a difference in other people’s lives.

10 reasons Amazon was a great place to work in 2019

As we approach the end of 2019 and the start of a new decade, we take a look back at some of our biggest milestones from the past year.

Amazon apprentices win gold at WorldSkills 2019

Amazon apprentices Luke Vials and Mantas Budraitis became the WorldSkills UK national champions, achieving gold in the Robotics category at the UK’s largest skills, apprenticeships and careers event.

Flexible working is important to Amazon employees

Flexible, part-time and remote working at Amazon helps our employees to embrace the challenge and chart their own path. We spoke to five employees who benefit.

What's it like to interview at Amazon?

Discover our peculiar interview ways, what to expect, and how to prepare.

How did Amazon celebrate Black History Month this October?

With the support of Amazon’s Black Employee Network, Amazon has been celebrating Black History Month in style.
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