How Amazon Is Changing the Staffing Industry

October 31, 2021



If you are in the staffing industry, the last four years have been absolutely awesome. I mean, we’ve seen a lot of great job creation and hiring in the last two years alone, but it’s not just about hiring people, it’s about a better workforce with better pay, benefits, and working environments.

Amazon is doing a good job at that, but Amazon is not the first company to do this. 

I mean, some people have been hiring and hiring (or being hired) for a while now. But, I don't know that all of these companies are doing it because they want to or because they are willing to. I think it mostly comes down to the desire to grow and the desire to make money.

Amazon is doing a great job at hiring people. But that doesn't mean they're hiring people that we want to work for. It's not about what you want to do, it's about what you want to do for the company. And the same goes for Amazon.

It’s not that Amazon is hiring lots of people. On the contrary, I think Amazon is doing a great job of hiring lots of people. But, I do think that they are going to start hiring lots of people at a much more rapid rate once they get into the large volume hiring phase. For now, I think it’s still a good idea to go after people that you want to work with and build that relationship.

Amazon is also making the job interview process a lot easier for people with a great deal of experience. 

I'm not sure how much more experienced they are, but I do know that they are getting rid of the entire interview process. Instead, they ask the candidate to just answer a few questions a while and then send them out into the world.

The interview process is a lot like going to the doctor. The only difference is that the doctor is a lot more focused on the symptoms. The interview is more focused on the person. I don’t know about Amazon, but I think the interview process is a lot more focused on the candidate.


Amazon's interview process is actually a lot more efficient than you might think. The company is actually hiring more and more people who are interviewing for the position, and there is no longer a process in place for the candidates to simply pass through a series of questions. For example, they are even using a standardized form that asks candidates to not only answer a few questions but also have questions about their experiences interviewing, etc.

Amazon is definitely moving in the right direction. 

As long as they keep their interviews focused on the candidates rather than the position, they'll be successful in the long run.

I know that Amazon already uses a standardized interview process, but I think they might have gotten a little overzealous with the questions. I'd also like to point out that the candidates don't have to do any of this; they're applying for the position through interviews.

I’m not sure if I have mentioned how Amazon is so different from the usual interview process. They are not going to interview you for a position in an interview panel. They don’t want to know your whole resume, they want to know if you can do the job. They want to know if you can meet the expectations for the position.

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