Amazon is offering employees $10,000, and the equivalent of three months gross salary to start their own delivery businesses as part of its existing Delivery Service Partner program.
Since launching in June 2018, 200 small businesses have launched to deliver Amazon packages.
Amazon is growing its network of delivery drivers at a rapid rate to enable it to meet its new one-day shipping promises.
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Amazon needs more drivers to fulfill its one-day shipping promises, so it’s paying employees to set up their own delivery companies.
Amazon announced Monday that it will offer current employees $10,000 and the equivalent of three months of their gross salary to help them set up their own delivery businesses as part of its Delivery Service Partner program.
Since launching in June 2018, 200 small businesses have joined this program and are delivering Amazon packages. These delivery partners are required to register online and make a minimum investment of $10,000 to set up shop.
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