Not the job in a warehouse at some other company you had, years ago.
Comments here are lacking the details of this specific issue.
I know people who've worked for Amazon. The shifts are long, the breaks are useless because the walking to the break area eats up half your break time. The pay for the toll the job does doesn't compensate for the the physical wear on your body, and the job is a classic dead-end job.
And Amazon is a perfect example of an evil monopoly that got that way buy brutally undercutting competition to the point of putting them out of business. Accomplished by Amazon securing political favors and payoffs.
Instead of looking at Amazon policies, which are nothing to be proud of or an advocate of, people here are relating irrelevant experiences with this company. It's not the same thing. Look at where Amazon's major US facilities are, where there aren't any jobs and there's high unemployment in "right to work" states where workers are treated like shit, and disposable.
Then decide if you really want to do business with Amazon, or encourage your friends and relatives to do business with them. Amazon COULD make those jobs significantly less horrible, but there is no motivation to do so, because here in the US we make excuses for, and accept that workers are disposable and abuseable, and that executives "earn" their bloated salaries by doing so.
It's disgusting and it's everyone's fault for permitting it.