Why Is Amazon Paying Workers Up To $5K To Quit?

Source: G. Chambers Williams III, The Tennessean / USA Today

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Amazon.com hopes the workers in its scores of fulfillment centers across the USA are happy in their jobs.

But if they’re not and would rather be doing something else, Amazon has a deal: The company will pay them a bonus — up to $5,000 — to leave.

In a program that Amazon aptly calls Pay to Quit, those who aren’t committed to their jobs are urged to leave on their own and can get $2,000 in severance pay in the first year of employment with the bonus topping out at $5,000 in the fourth year.

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