Paid Parental Leave
Return to Work Policy
Flexible Working Arrangements
Leadership Development Program
Raise Numbers Of Women In Leadership
Internal Women's Networking Group
Equal Pay Initiatives
AWS' Commitment to Gender Diversity
At AWS, we welcome all builders. We believe that technology should be built in a way that’s inclusive, accessible, and equitable. We’re committed to putting in the work for more equal representation. Amazon is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. Amazon is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, age, or other legally protected status.
In AWS, we don't mind being called “peculiar." We have our own way of doing things. We're obsessed with customers, we see beauty in simplifying the complex, and we're comfortable with being misunderstood. That might sound unorthodox, but our unusual approach and our culture - focused on removing obstacles so builders can build - are part of why our employees enjoy working in AWS.
Meet the Builders from AWS Southeast Asia #HereAtAWS
Creating a Culture of Inclusion
We all see things differently — and at AWS, we think that’s a good thing. Your unique skills, experiences, and understanding are the superpowers that will help you do more innovative and meaningful work. From employee-led affinity groups that reinforce our inclusive culture to a flexible workplace that values work/life harmony, explore what makes AWS an exciting and satisfying place to build a career.
Voices from AWS' New Zealand Team
Here at AWS, we have employee resource groups, called affinity groups, that give us all a platform to participate in community initiatives & for our diverse ideas to be heard. Meet our builders from AWS New Zealand team.
When we learn, we grow — as individuals, and as a company. AWS affinity groups like the Women at Amazon let you connect with like-minded colleagues worldwide and lead change that strengthens our culture and company. These internal communities are just one of the ways we’re building a workplace where more people can thrive.
AWS Builder Stories
As the Global Director for the Marketing Response Center at AWS, Livian leads a team spanning 27 different countries in supporting our customers through their early stages of cloud adoption and overall digital transformation.
Meet Luiza Popa, Network Development Engineer shaping the future of our Dublin Data Centers. Luiza relocated from Romania to scale our AWS network while building a strong personal network around her in a new city.
Meet Chanmi, an Account Manager at AWS Korea Public Sector team, as she shares her personal story on chasing her passion and pushing boundaries.
I have often experienced what it’s like being the only woman in the room—that’s why I feel more responsible for helping to grow more woman in tech and leadership. Hence, put the continuous effort to eliminate general stereotypes about women to demonstrate my own unique value.
When employees feel more connected at work, they tend to work harder and smarter, producing higher quality work. I feel it is very important to truly acknowledge and celebrate the strength that inclusion, diversity, and equity brings.
When 40 high school students visited us recently, they noted the diversity and open culture of the AWS team. This is why we strive to be more inclusive. We want the next generation to see that their future career is more than they might imagine.
The first step for building inclusion is recognizing diversity on our own teams. Being part of AWS affinity groups has helped me better understand the culture and perspectives of my colleagues.
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