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Amazon CEO Jeff And MacKenzie Bezos Divorce What’s The Future Of Amazons and Amazonians?
Amazon CEO Jeff And MacKenzie Bezos Divorce What’s The Future Of Amazons and Amazonians? On Wednesday, January 9, 2019, Amazon Founder, CEO and President Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos announced they’re divorcing. The reason why the divorce is because Jeff Bezos have been having an affair with actress and former news anchor Laura Sanchez Lopez. As you may know he is a billionaire worth 136.9 billion USD. Also Jeff owns The Washington Post.
The divorce of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and MacKenzie Bezos raises questions about the future of Amazon and its employees, known as “Amazonians.” As one of the world’s most influential companies, the divorce has potential implications for Amazon’s leadership, operations, and corporate culture. While the couple’s split has been amicable and resulted in a significant financial settlement, it remains uncertain how their individual roles in the company will evolve moving forward. As Amazon continues to grow and innovate, stakeholders are closely watching for any potential changes in strategy or organizational structure that may arise as a result of this high-profile divorce.
Will MacKenzie get over 68 billion? They have 4 children.
What will happen to the internet company Amazon and to their current Amazon associates employees and business partners especially the logistics business partners and Amazon Flex partner drivers? Will they sale Amazon to another billionaire? Will Alexa, and IMDb sold too? And their affiliates? What’s the future of the company ventures? As well operations!
Amazon Flex needs hard dedicated workers at the warehouse stations. The operation managers have given the job in the logistics area to the delivery business partners. They are getting lots of complaints from customers and its working force about delivery and working conditions.
Amazon Flex is giving the blocks or packages to the individual flex drivers which is the left over from the business delivery partners. Those blocks are not wanted by Amazon Flex Delivery Business Partners. So Amazon is scheduling late blocks during dark nights, raining days or hot weather conditions, weekends and holidays with no surge or extra compensation for the individual flex drivers.
Also Amazon Flex were supposed to do “Blocks” not driving miles around different cities. Not sure what makes the delivery business partners so special because they getting lots of perks or benefits that the individual partners don’t get! They both do the same of work!
Amazon Flex has refused and is refusing to pay extra if an individual delivery partner goes over their block which is not a block is driving miles around town. Individual Amazon flex don’t get any perks or benefits even though their cars are wearing down and the high cost of gasoline.
So future Amazon competitor If you want to be successful take care of your working force. Don’t discriminate or treat others better because you may not survive in a competitive working world. For more information about Amazon Flex visit https://flex.amazon.com