- Some Amazon executives say they hire employees they want to lay off in order to meet their annual sales goal.
- According to three Amazon managers, the practice is referred to internally as “Hire to Fire”.
- According to Amazon employees, the current performance review system gives managers too much power over their careers.
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Amazon’s goal is to get rid of a certain percentage of its employees each year, and three managers told insiders that they are feeling so much pressure to achieve the goal that they are hiring people who fire them.
“We could hire people we know we’ll fire just to protect the rest of the team,” a manager told Insider.
The practice is informally referred to as “Hire to Fire”, where managers hire employees, internally or externally, who …