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Amazon apologizes to Congress member post his tweet on their poor workspace

Amazon apologizes to Congress member post his tweet on their poor workspace

Amazon apologized to Congress member, Rep. Mark Pocan after a denial by the retail giant related to staff’s working conditions. Last week, Pocan rebutted Amazon’s claim of it being a ’progressive workplace’ via Twitter, by surfacing stories of workers urinating in bottles due to the absence of bathroom breaks. Post Amazon’s rejection and subsequent apology, Pocan stood to be ’unconvinced’.

James 2 weeks

And yet another good reason to never, ever, use Amazon and its crappy service.

Braindead 2 weeks

It's required by law in most industries you get 2-15 minutes break and 30 min break for lunch

my opinion may offend you
my opinion may offend you 2 weeks

I'm only kind of a pervert, but I'd be curious and want to see the female drivers accomplish this and their accuracy.

a commoner
a commoner 2 weeks

Corporations should give bathroom breaks. I do believe that public restroom options for drivers became scarce during Covid. I don't know for sure if gas stations had to close their bathrooms, but drivers probably do have the option to go into a restroom when nature calls. They have to stop to pee in a bottle, they can stop and go into a restroom.

endubito 2 weeks

@Penny your summary is a first year English nightmare. I note only because your contributions are usually much clearer.

America 2 weeks

Ah the future of the U.S. folks. We shld all be grateful the overlords even allow us lowly humans to work at such a progressive place.

OmegaDMM 2 weeks

Oh it is progressive alright!

Colton 2 weeks

Hopefully something bipartisan for us all to be angry at lol

chris 2 weeks

I was wondering why the package of pepsi I ordered looked like mountain dew.

Adam 2 weeks

Ah yes, yet another example of how corporations continue to exploit the working class

Tish Tosh
Tish Tosh 2 weeks

LOL lots of industries have this, it's not the end of the world, and the guys I know who have those jobs don't give two shits.

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