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‘Raising the bar’ on accessibility and inclusion at Amazon

Amazon employees and partners around the world share stories of their accessibility and inclusion efforts during the 75th observance of National Disability Employment Awareness Month.

Amazon ranks #2 on Forbes World’s Best Employers list

Survey participants rated satisfaction with their employers’ COVID-19 response, economic footprint, talent development, gender equality, and social responsibility.

How an Amazon researcher who is blind advocates for customers with disabilities

Josh Miele, a Principal Accessibility Researcher on our Devices team shares how he’s helping make Amazon more inclusive for people with disabilities.

A reading list to honor Indigenous Peoples Day

Amazon Books editors worked with an Amazon employee affinity group to create a list of books that celebrate the heritage of Indigenous Peoples.

A virtual career summit for Black, Latinx, and Native American professionals

Amazon opens virtual career summit registration for individuals from all backgrounds and levels of experience. The event takes place October 20-21.

The history and significance of Hispanic Heritage Month

Even during the pandemic, Latinx Amazon employees find ways to celebrate and honor their culture.

Free, fun activities on-demand, for kids of all ages

In lieu of our annual Bring Your Kids to Work Day, we've worked with authors, illustrators, artists, chefs, and more to bring together dozens of engaging, fun—and even educational—videos and how-tos for kids.

How Amazon interns are building the future, from home

Halfway through our first entirely virtual summer internship, Amazon interns all across the globe share their experiences.

Reflecting on resistance—51 years ago, and today

Honoring Black activists and leaders who "gave us freedom to love so loudly today."

Frontline virology experts share COVID-19 knowledge with Amazon employees

Watch Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center experts discuss the latest research and understanding of the pandemic.
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