Employee churn is so high that some Amazon execs are reportedly worried about running out of people.
The company has been on a hiring spree to keep up with increased shopping during the pandemic.
Many of the over 350,000 workers Amazon hired from July to October stayed with the company "just days or weeks," the report said.
That led some Amazon executives to worry about running out of hirable employees in the US, the report said.
Amazon went on an extended hiring spree in 2020 as it attempted to keep up with a massive spike in demand during coronavirus lockdowns.
As Americans increasingly turned to Amazon for things like toiletries and groceries, the company repeatedly touted major hiring pushes.
One former Amazon manager who oversaw human-resources efforts focused on warehouse workers compared the situation with worker churn at Amazon warehouses to the use of fossil fuels. »