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Some of Amazon's highly-paid tech workers say warehouse worker conditions are 'a source of shame' (AMZN)

Business Insider Friday, 12 July 2019
Some of Amazon's highly-paid tech workers say warehouse worker conditions are 'a source of shame' (AMZN)· Some Amazon tech workers say they are ashamed of the working conditions of the company's warehouse workers.
· The tech workers are openly sharing words of encouragement to those warehouse employees, who are planning on a short strike during Amazon Prime Day.
· The striking workers want better pay, more reasonable work...
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Amazon Warehouse Employees Planning Strike on Prime Day A six-hour strike is being planned for July 15, the first of two days the sale is being held on. It is one of over 100 warehouses located in the U.S. that is owned by the e-commerce giant. Employee William Stolz, via Yahoo This is the first...

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