How Amazon India is promoting inclusivity at its silent stations (and other stories of the day)

Read more on how Amazon India provided opportunities to more than 650 individuals with speech and hearing impairments across its fulfilment network.

30th Nov 2019
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One of India's top online retailer, Amazon India, has been setting up ‘silent stations’ across Mumbai since 2017, where all the operations and package deliveries are handled by individuals with hearing and speech impairments. Read more on how Amazon India provided opportunities to more than 650 individuals with speech and hearing impairments across its fulfilment network.


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