Amazon.com Inc (AMZN) Amazon.com is an e-commerce retailer which sells a wide range of products and services globally and is the world’s biggest provider for cloud computing services. Amazon provides access to huge choice selection, at low prices, with fast delivery. Its e-commerce business includes merchandise and content that it purchases for resale from vendors and those offered by third-party sellers. Amazon offers various subscriptions and web services as well, including its cloud computing service and fast-growing streaming entertainment business. Motivational Practices Amazon.com offers a range of benefits that support employees and eligible family members. These benefits begin on day one and include: Employee Health – Amazon takes care of the employee’s health and wellness by offering medical, prescription drugs, and vision coverage to all the regular full-time employees, regardless of their level, tenure, or position. Caring for families - Employees can choose the benefits that are most valuable for their personal situation. This includes child and eldercare providers. Amazon employees have free access to a network of more than two million caregivers. Financial Success – The starting hourly wages for amazon are at least $15 per hour for all full time and part time employees. In addition to that, employees have an opportunity to own Amazon stock. Motivational Theories Amazon.com’s motivational practices show Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as it caters to nearly all the needs of an employee: Financial Success enables employees to accomplish their physiological needs along with their Esteem. Employee Health and the caring of families fulfills their safety needs alongside their safety needs. Conflicts Employee vs Employer Amazon has had a very tumultuous relationship with its labor while twitter had a heated discussion about whether Amazon's workers must urinate in bottles because they have no time to go to the bathroom. Amazon has now resolved the problem until now.