Christmas parcel deliveries are generally delayed!Britons start to return goods like crazy
According to the latest research from ParcelHero, the return rate on the first working day after Christmas this year has increased by more than 25% compared to the same day last year. In addition, about 1.5 billion pounds of Christmas goods are currently being returned, mainly because many goods are delayed in delivery and fail to arrive in time for Christmas. Currently, a large number of parcel deliveries are still at a standstill.
Amazon UK Prime membership loss is serious!
As the cost of living soars, more and more are canceling their streaming subscriptions to save money amid high inflation, with Amazon Prime and Spotify the most canceled subscription services by UK consumers, according to new research by VPNOnline. Britons will spend an average of £620 a year signing up for subscription services by 2022, or £41.70 a month on average. SkyTV and Netflix are the second most canceled subscription services by Brits as the cost of living rises.
Workers at Amazon's Coventry warehouse in the UK will go on strike on January 25!
According to foreign media reports, employees of Amazon's Coventry warehouse in central England will go on strike on January 25. This will be the first formal strike of Amazon workers in the UK. In the face of the workers' strike, an Amazon spokesperson said: "We thank our team for their excellent work throughout the year, and we are proud to offer competitive wages. The minimum starting wage for workers is between £10.50 and £11.45 per hour. between."
Amazon Seller Loan Program Adjustments!Revealed confidence in the market next year
Amazon expects to double the amount it lends to sellers in 2023, according to internal documents obtained by Insider. But Amazon seller loan write-off procedures may become more stringent due to expected declines in repayment rates. Economists at Amazon predict that outstanding loans to its third-party sellers are expected to increase to $2 billion in 2023, an increase of more than 80% from the $1.1 billion outstanding in the first quarter of 2022.
Soaring from 10,000 people to 17,000 people, the number of Amazon layoffs ranks first among technology companies!
According to foreign media reports, Amazon will lay off more than 17,000 people, exceeding the original plan of 10,000. It would be the largest layoff announced by a major technology company to date. According to sources, the new layoff plan will be carried out in the next few weeks, and the layoffs are mainly concentrated at the corporate level of Amazon.
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