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Amazon Canada Is Hiring 15K People This Fall & All ‘Frontline Employees' Are Getting A Raise

There are jobs available country-wide and you could earn over $21 per hour.👇💰

Amazon Canada Is Hiring 15K People This Fall & All ‘Frontline Employees' Are Getting A Raise

It could be time to dust off your resume! Amazon Canada is hiring across the country this fall and there are 15,000 full-time and part-time positions up for grabs.

In a notice shared on September 13, the company confirmed that it also plans to increase all employees' wages by an additional $1.60 - $2.20 per hour starting immediately.

This means "frontline employees" will be able to earn between $17 and $21.65 per hour, with "comprehensive benefits starting on day one."

According to Amazon Canada, this includes "comprehensive health benefits starting on day one with no waiting period," paid parental leave, access to up-skilling training programs and more.

Additionally, all new and existing employees will qualify for a $100 bonus if they show proof of vaccination against COVID-19.

In certain areas, sign-on bonuses of up to $3,000 are also on offer.

To kick off its hiring spree, the company is hosting its first Canadian Career Day on September 15, which is designed to give job seekers an "inside look" at the positions currently open.

To apply, you can sign up for job alerts from Amazon Canada ahead of the fall, or keep checking their website for available roles in your region.

Frontline Employee

Salary: $17 to $21.65 per hour

Company: Amazon Canada

Who Should Apply: If you're looking for a new challenge and would like to work for a global company, look no further. If you've been vaccinated, you can also make the most of that $100 bonus!

Apply Here

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