Listen: Amazon Offers to Pay Employees to Quit and Deliver Packages
"Three Amazon beloved Amazon making a very interesting offer to its employees. They are now offering to pay perspective employs rather up to ten thousand dollars to quit their current jobs and start a business doing or any guess what deliver Amazon packages. All right. Well, that makes sense. I guess they in the business sorts in with them. It's part of an effort apparently to cut down on Amazon delivery times. But at the same time, Amazon is also rolling out new machines that consort and box up orders automatically. So this is a contradiction. So at the same time, we're trying to recruit people to do all this. They're also rule it getting robots basically that can do those John. Well, I I don't understand if if all right? So you give me a check for ten grand. I walk away. Right. All right, fine. But you're telling me I have to start a business which is going to probably. Cost me a lot more than ten grand your over. Yeah. Yeah. And then what kind of a deal? I'm I going to get from you. And what guarantee do I have from you that you're going to use me as your delivery service? And what do I get to charge for Amazon packages, you'd have to really get an attorney to look into the fine print there because Amazon I don't know what your have you use Amazon do use it alone. I don't buy a lot of stuff online. If I want something I go get it. I I'm actually with you. I find reliability at much lower near dealing with Amazon and third parties as well. I just want it. Now, I just wanted to instant gratification, just impatient. Yeah. Very much. So if I was Amazon concentrate on stop mailing out used items as new that has happened to my brother six or seven times us. They sent him use stuff. They are selling us stuff is new happens. All the time. I didn't know that that's cheaper. I guess. Yeah. Yeah. The the poor guy got like five or six games in a row that we're all used and it said news. So did he not know they were they were they were advertisers new, and they were clearly open when he got them. He he's a huge board game aficionado. Yeah. I like the idea of starting my own business. But I I don't understand why you want people to quit and do it. I'm assuming though when they say this that they're going to have a deal for you. Here's your ten thousand dollar Jag. And here's the deal, you will get and you will be an exclusive Amazon delivery person, but they actually make a good point. So could you do it on a part time basis? Apparently, not full-time quit your job. Yeah. And then do this for ten thousand. Well, I I've never worked for him. On. But I keep reading all these horror stories like is sweat shop and some of these fulfillment centers. I don't know. I don't know. I'd probably take the chance just to get out of the fulfillment center. That's what I needed to film in centers are nightmare. As far as I've experienced whenever I've got someone delivering something that don't ring the doorbell. They drop it off like yards away from the place. Just terrible. I wonder if they're doing the same thing. I know UPS does this. They teach you everything at UPS, including how to turn the key because it saves two seconds. If you do this way versus that way over the year that'll save hours. And so I wonder if they're just the reason reasoning do it like that with Amazon is because you have this many packages, you have this long to deliver them. And if you don't because now they can track you, they know where you are and can do. So I just I'm wondering if that's the reason why they just toss it on the front lawn and drive off in him screeching pile of, you know, smoke into they have a very bad reputation that maybe they need to up from ten thousand at twenty thousand. Maybe they get better service that way, I don't know. I don't think they have the money for that. Honestly. Amazon is it's a big company, and it makes a lot of money, but it doesn't profit a lot of money. They've apple in one quarter has profited more than Amazon has profited their entire existence"