As Amazon geared up for Prime Day, the annual shopping event during which consumers can snag Black Friday-like bargains on millions of items, some employees braced for a long two days — and then some.
In recent weeks, workers in Amazons fulfillment centers — the companys massive warehouses where employees move and process packages — have taken to a private Facebook group with almost 18,000 members to let off steam and express frustration with the retail behemoth's policies surrounding the consumer holiday.“Prime Day coming up,” one member wrote above the image of a sinking ship.
The sentiments from the group provide a window into the lives of workers at Amazons more than 140 fulfillment centers around the United States who make up the bulk of the companys workforce, which numbers more than half a million people, NBC News reports.
In recent years, the conditions in which those workers operate has become the subject of growing criticism. Those concerns Read More – Source