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Fri Jan 20, 2023, 08:50 AM Jan 2023

Well, that should show 'em who is boss! (my words)

'Federal inspectors fine Amazon $60,269 for putting workers at risk
Workplace safety has been a key motive for Amazon workers to unionize'


'According to OSHA assistant secretary of labor Douglas Parker, Amazon consistently prioritized meeting delivery quotas over the health of its workers. “While Amazon has developed impressive systems to make sure its customers’ orders are shipped efficiently and quickly, the company has failed to show the same level of commitment to protecting the safety and well-being of its workers,”...'

The...penalty of $60,269 for the violations,.. is a tiny fraction of the $503 billion in revenue the company made last fiscal year. Yet Amazon still intends to fight it.'

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Well, that should show 'em who is boss! (my words) (Original Post) Joinfortmill Jan 2023 OP
That shows you just how confident big business is about the common worker Stargazer99 Jan 2023 #1


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1. That shows you just how confident big business is about the common worker
Fri Jan 20, 2023, 09:37 AM
Jan 2023

is going to be powerless. The fine is laughable...they know you won't do a damn thing about it because you won't get involved just like trained monkeys.

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