Amazon launched its largest Campus in India

Amazon (Amazon.com) is the world’s largest online retailer and a prominent cloud services provider. Earlier company was only a bookseller but has expanded it to a wide variety of consumer goods and digital media. Amazon expanding it area and business day by day, hour by hour and minute by minute. In past week Amazon launched its second-largest campus in Hyderabad, India.

The inauguration event was attended by the Home Minister of Telangana, Mohammad Mahmood Ali and Amazon Vice President of Global Real Estate and Facilities, John Schoettler.

Schoettler spoke about how the new office building will house over 15,000 employees, which forms almost a third of the total number of Amazon employees in India. Amazon India announced that it has taken special measures to make the workplace as inclusive and diverse as possible.

The whole idea is to provide for a healthy working environment for all employees, so as to ensure their well-being. Interfaith prayer rooms, quiet rooms, mothers’ rooms, showers, helipads are just some of the facilities available at the campus. According to Amazon India, an inclusive workplace that takes into account the unique needs and demands of every employee would pave the road for increasing employee engagement and productivity.

The company has set some serious goals as far as clean and green workplaces are concerned. There are over 300 trees adorning the property. That also includes three trees aged two hundred years and above. Not only has Amazon minimized the use of plastic but also the campus has an 850,000-litre water recycling plant which caters to cafeterias, lavatories and so on.

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