Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced on Wednesday that it was hiking the pay for its U.S. front-line employees. The tech giant also rolled out a new benefit that would allow employees to collect their pay at any point during the month. Starting from October, the company upped the average starting pay for front-line employees in customer fulfillment and transportation to more than $19 per hour from $18 per hour earlier. Amazon also stated that it was making additional investments in career development programs for its frontline employees as it remained committed to upskilling 300,000 employees by 2025.
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