What employee discount do Amazon employees get?by Mery Bazik MeryBazik
Some have been told the total goes up to $100 per month.
Amazon says those employee discount deals are offered to everyone who worked for the company for at least six months. They don't require company-branded employee ID cards — but you do need to sign up as an Amazon Associate to get an employee discount. (For more, see Amazon: Why I'm Giving All the Associates on My Team $10,000-$25K in Discounts.)
The only way you could make as much as $25,000 in a year at Amazon is by working for Amazon full time. That's more than what you see for your favorite TV show's leading male role; in fact, it's about what you can make working a full-time job in the entertainment industry — the salary of a top-level Hollywood producer.
This is, in my view, the most important area for you to think about.
Your primary goal should be to give them a sense that they matter and that you care what they think and do.
To that end, make a list of what kind of feedback you want to hear. I'm a big supporter of using a survey mylacountybenefits login in. People often like to ask you questions about their day. It's an informal way of getting a lot of feedback at once.
There are two types of surveys to choose from:
1. A face-to-face interview
The most effective type of feedback, I think, is what comes from a face-to-face conversation.
It's easy to get overwhelmed by the volume of information that people bring to a face-to-face conversation. That information can overwhelm your mind. So, make it a priority to get everyone you talk to to go through a little practice conversation.
Many argue that it depends, or that the distinction is meaningless -- the IRS certainly thinks so.
"This tax code does not give an employment right to an 'employee' or a 'commission employee' nor do we identify a category of IRS employees or employees at tax-exempt organizations as an 'employee' for the purposes of employment tax," the IRS said in a letter it sent to the Obama agency on Thursday.
That's because, the IRS argues, some employees at agencies in that same category are "officers" who should be considered employees.
"Some employees in the exempt functions may in fact be more fully 'officers' of these organizations than the employees who perform the services for which they are directly responsible," the agency said. "This is important, as it relates to the determination of which individuals are 'entitled' to the exemptions granted based on their employment status.
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