AWS Careers 2020

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Tax, pay & finances Polish tax residents are subject to PIT on their worldwide income. As a Polish PIT resident is treated a person, who has a centre of personal or business interests or spends more than 183 days in Poland in a year. The tax in Poland is progressive and the applicable rates in the annual taxable income up to PLN 85,528 is taxed at 18% annual taxable income above PLN 85,528 is taxed at 32%. Effective August 1, 2019 we have tax relief for people younger than 26 years ( PIT 0 ). To apply for tax relief, you will need to fulfil the following criteria: be under 26 and your annual income needs to be lower than 85 528 PLN. Understanding your pay People who work for Amazon are not only employees, they are also owners of the company ("ownership" is a Leadership Principle at Amazon). Benefits Amazon provides a full range of benefits for our global employees and their eligible family members. Below you will find a list of the benefits offered to you when you join the company in Gdansk. A further breakdown of each individual benefit can be provided to you by your recruitment or HR contact, either during your interview process or before you start. This is an overview of the range of employee benefits offered by Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL. Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL makes available a range of benefits for our employees and they are reviewed on an on-going basis.

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