You are on your feet 10+ hours a day. Breaks are not great. Place makes you feel like a slave. They say you get 2 15 minute break but given a ten minute breaks because they want you to use the use the other 5 minutes to walk to and from your station and break room. which is ridiculous because not only that five minutes "walk" should not be taken out of your right to have your full 15 minutes break, it takes more than 5 to and from the break room some people because it depends on where you are stationed at in the warehouse
Every team is different. Each woman I talk to has some very different experiences. If you're in a tech role, it's still a predominately male dominated world. There are more and more women's events starting to be organized within the company.
I've worked here for almost 3 years. I stay because they pay well and the work I do is both exciting and challenging. I do find that there is a lot of younger, male energy and I'm constantly finding ways to be successful and alter my techniques to be effective and have my voice heard.
There aren't any women in the senior leadership team. Roles that are overwhelming male (engineers) are often valued more than retail roles such as vendor managers, buyers, or program managers.
Promotions are heavily weighted on vague leadership principles which tends to favor the Ol' Boy network. There is an active women@amazon elist where discussions of gender inequality are discussed. However, there seems to be very little done at the leadership level about the gender and racial disparities. Amazon is one of the few tech companies that won't release detailed breakdowns of male/female job titles and salaries, and there is a reason for that.