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Amazon India plans to hire 50,000 seasonal staff for festive sale

The Indian arm of Inc. has opened over 50,000 seasonal roles across its fulfillment centers ahead of the festive season sale, the Press Trust of India reported Oct. 7, citing Amazon India Vice President Akhil Saxena.

The seasonal staff will help the company's associates pick, pack and deliver orders to customers during Amazon India's "Great Indian Festival Sale," which will take place between Oct. 10 to 15, the report said.

Some of the recruits will also be assigned to customer service sites, which support customers with pre- and post-service through telephone, e-mail, chat and social media, the news outlet added.