After lying about the fact that some of its workers Under a lot of pressure They are forced to release themselves in bottles to meet their quota, Amazon is quiet Said sorry In a very different way on its own and the drivers agreed that they were actually doing this. It immediately pointed the finger at other companies like UPS and Uber and said the drivers of those companies do the same.
A News article Released late Friday before Easter, Amazon apologized to Democrat Wisconsin representative Mark Poke, who fought over urination over bottles issue at a Potters Twitter explosion last week. Bogan commented on another random, aggressive response from Amazon retailer Dave Clark. Bernie has been struggling with Sanders.
“Giving workers / 15 / hour does not make you a ‘progressive workplace’ when you have union busts and workers urinating on water bottles.” Bogan tweeted At the time.
Later, Amazon exploded and, despite ample evidence that the company’s workers were unfortunately kept in bottled urinals, Decided to lie. (If you are wondering, a record report says the company’s aggressive communications moves came later CEO Jeff Bezos expressed his displeasure Amazon officials did not back down enough against “false” or “false” criticism).
“You really don’t believe in urinating on bottles, do you? If it’s true, no one will work for us. The truth is, we have more than a million employees worldwide who are incredibly proud of what they do, and have great pay and healthcare from day one.” Amazon News Account Retweeted In Bogan. “We hope you can implement policies to pass on to other employers what we have already done.”
The response of the e-commerce agent stumbled upon the internet and did not get much fan. After sitting for a few days, Amazon decided that this was not the best moment for the company.
In a news article, Amazon responded to Pokemon by saying that his tweet was “false” and did not think about its large number of drivers, instead focusing only on employees at its filling stations. The company said the tweet did not receive a “proper test” and did not meet its accuracy standards.
Both points are debatable. It should be said that the staff at the filling centers Not exactly easy Go to the bathroom. Employees at filling centers have reported frequent urination to avoid spending “time off work,” which some workers say could lead to disciplinary action and layoffs. To the motherboard.
Amazon denies this, however, saying staff at its filling centers can go to the bathroom at any time. Considering some employees claim they are not available Meal or rest break Because of the work the company is concentrating on them, that claim is a bit hard to believe.
Now, Amazon has acknowledged the problem its drivers face on the road, forcing it to urinate in bottles, but has little recognition of its role in this, instead choosing traffic, rural roads and the cause of the epidemic. However, there is nothing in the company’s report about the workload for the company’s drivers – the motherboard says drivers often provide 300 packages a day on a 10 hour shiftConsequences they face, including disciplinary action and dismissal, if they do not meet the productivity quota.
“[W]Be aware that drivers may have trouble finding restrooms due to traffic or sometimes rural routes, and this is what happened when many public restrooms were closed during the Govt. ” “This is a long-standing, professional issue and it is not specific to Amazon.”
The company added that although it was an industry-wide problem, it wanted to solve it, but still did not know how.
As if denying any responsibility is not enough, Amazon then leaves the finger to other companies like Uber and UPS, whose drivers are obviously Relief Themselves In bottles or other containers. It includes links to nine links to stories from other news organizations, and even the Pew Charity Forum on Uber, UPS and other organizations embed a few tweets from those sympathetic to its plight.
Honestly, this is not a majestic move from Amazon. These companies are attracting attention now because of the tweet war they started (yet, who knows what the future holds). If this is considered an apology, it doesn’t make sense to start by saying “other companies do this” instead of owning your mistakes. However, these companies cannot be said to be unfit for review.
But the biggest failure of Amazon’s bizarre apology is that it may be people who don’t apologize: its workers are forced to free themselves in bottles, and apparently anything else that doesn’t have a proper restroom. These are Lose themselves Food and water while driving to the Amazon to avoid going to the bathroom, they are the ones who are forced to urinate in extreme conditions and accept to be treated with less dignity for fear of losing their job. This is a fear created by Amazon.
They deserve an apology. The person who actually received it was Bogan, who received the same call a Twitter post on Saturday.
“Sigh. It’s not about me, it’s about your workers — you don’t treat them with enough respect or dignity, ”he wrote. “Start by acknowledging the adequate working conditions you have created for all your workers and then fix it for everyone, and finally, let them unite without interference.”
You can read Amazon Full apologies here.