Five months have passed since Jeff Bezos announced that Andy Jassy will become Amazon’s next CEO, and it’s finally time. Bezos retired from CEO position and became chairman. Amazon is making record profits, but is still under close scrutiny by regulators. Already a savvy CEO of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Jassy is the face of a thoughtful employer, environmental caretaker, and a good corporate citizen. Toward that goal, the company last week added “Strive to be Earth’s Best Employer” and “Success and Scale Bring Broad Responsibility” to its list of action guidelines for employees. Has broader responsibilities). Amazon is growing at an unprecedented pace, backed by a pandemic. Over the past year, the company has further expanded its already huge retail business to meet the surge in demand from consumers shopping from home in a pandemic. The company has benefited from more consumers buying food, beverages and pet supplies online, and the e-commerce industry observes that this trend will not change when physical stores reopen in the United States. I’m looking at the line. And Jassy’s cloud computing sector has one-third of the market share and has terrifying power over which services to keep online. The headwinds of this friendly Amazon image are ongoing antitrust-related investigations, proceedings, and bills. The position of being able to compete with other brands on its own online marketplace caught the eye of U.S. lawmakers, basically splitting those business units and stripping Amazon’s competitive advantage. It led to the submission of. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is also considering investigating retaliatory practices after it was discovered that the company had illegally dismissed or punished employees who organized strikes against Amazon. It is reported that there is. Amazon is also awaiting NLRB’s decision as to whether its actions in the process of forming a union in a warehouse in Alabama violated labor law. Depending on the outcome, a new vote may be held over the formation of a trade union. The National Team of Teamsters (IBT) has announced that building employee strength at Amazon is a top priority for the union. Jassy, who will succeed Bezos, will be required to take control of the megacorporation while addressing the scrutiny of the company. His future task is how to deal with various investigations while directing departments that he was not in charge of before. Without taking the brunt, he pushed Amazon’s cloud services business to the top of the market, making it the company’s most profitable division. However, he has never been pursued by regulators or Congress. He will face criticisms over a variety of issues, including the development of facial recognition products, the safety of products sold by third-party vendors, their environmental impact, and the treatment of warehouse employees and delivery personnel. .. This article was edited by Asahi Interactive for Japan from an article from overseas Red Ventures.