Amazon is preparing to test a service where it supplies and installs furniture and equipment for customers. According to Bloomberg, The company plans to launch the offer first in Virginia and two other markets. It’s worth mentioning that Amazon already provides scheduled delivery for things like furniture where someone will come to your home and leave the item in a specific room. In some cities you can pay for a contractor Amazon Home Services To go to your home and install your purchase.
The problem with most customers seeing this is that Amazon doesn’t offer these two services together. It was WiFi, Best Buy, Home Depot and other companies that provide combination delivery and installation services that trained people in anticipation when buying big-ticket items. With this new offer, Amazon will train drivers to assemble furniture like mattress sets and install equipment such as washing machines.
Bloomberg The report said some of the company’s current drivers are not excited about what the service might mean for them. They fear that Amazon will push even harder Unrealistic expectations Provide inadequate training on them and on them. They are also concerned about catching COVID-19 on the job. In her Final letter from shareholders, Jeff Bezos said that Amazon “needs to do better for our employees,” but the company did not address the issue of unrealistic expectations, except that “the company does not set unreasonable performance goals”. That said, if the report is accurate it will be an important step in the organization’s fight against wafers. In 2019, the retailer Amazon Pass Be the largest online home products retailer in the United States.
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