“Amazon repeatedly calls USPS’s ‘strategic account manager’ to say they want to install their own box” — a request that that USPS rejects.
“It’s clear that Amazon has been violating the law when it tries to silence workers who speak out.”
“The ‘peeing in bottles thing’ is, in fact true, Amazon said Friday, as it issued a public apology for a tweet from its Amazon News account.
Leaked documents codename “Veritas,” revealing how Amazon recruited and trained employees to “set the record straight.”
“Staffers were so concerned about the ‘unnecessarily antagonistic’ tone that a security engineer filed a suspicious activity report.”
“You don’t really believe the peeing in bottles thing, do you? If that were true, nobody would work for us.”
Johnson ultimately contracted Covid-19 in mid-April, before Amazon agreed to provide PPE to workers at the warehouse.
Hourly waged workers in distribution centers and factories aren’t the only ones to face sophisticated anti-union campaigns.
“Being the CEO of Amazon is a deep responsibility, and it’s consuming,” Bezos wrote.
Documents suggest that the same monitoring tactics used in Europe could be used in the US, according to the report.