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Seattle, WA
Joined November 2013
My company pays an $80k min wage, lets people work wherever they want, has full benefits, paid parental leave, etc. We get over 300 applicants per job. "No one wants to work" is a hell of a way of saying "companies won't pay workers a fair wage and treat them with respect."
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As a CEO, I took questions about how we were going to avoid layoffs and gave detailed answers with full Q&A every year since the great recession. It wasn’t that hard. This guy should do that or find another line of work.
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I love how they call it an "all employee town hall" and won't take questions
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Amazon cutting more employees in the next few weeks bringing total layoffs to over 18,000, more than any other tech company. Its CEO was paid $221 million in 2021. Amazon recently made record revenue & profit. Amazon is worth $868 billion. Founder Bezos net worth is $107 billion.
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Amazon just flat-out stole $60 million in tips from drivers. For real. Its punishment: *No one goes to jail *No fine *Just pay back the $60 million - which Amazon makes every hour and 15 minutes reuters.com/business/retail-…
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After Amazon announced a $15 min wage, it came out later (to much less fanfare) that it ended worker bonuses and stock options. Altogether, a lot of workers actually got a pay cut. Yet Amazon still touts its $15/wage to this day as if it was a gift. cbsnews.com/news/amazon-to-c…
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Amazon's turnover rate is 150% a year. Seriously. 150%. They're so desperate for labor they cut off disability benefits for a worker who got brain damage on the job and pressured him to come back. nytimes.com/interactive/2021…
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6% of Amazon workers are injured on the job each year, double the U.S. average for warehouses. Workers blame brutal quotas that push them to their limit. The company's churn-and-burn model prices this in; they just replace whoever gets hurt. washingtonpost.com/technolog…
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After 3 years on the job, Amazon stops worker raises and offers employees $1,000 to quit so they can be replaced by fresher bodies willing to make $15. This also thwarts labor movements since employees aren't allowed long enough to organize. bloomberg.com/news/articles/…
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Workers have filed 3x more labor complaints against Amazon than Walmart, which is not exactly a bastion of worker love. Amazon workers who promote better working conditions are interrogated for 90 minutes by ex-FBI company security, then disciplined. nbcnews.com/business/busines…
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A year ago, Amazon denied its workers' quotas are so punishing that they have to pee in bottles. The next day, documents showed that not only do workers regularly have to urinate in bottles, they also defecate in bags, and Amazon is well aware of this. theintercept.com/2021/03/25/…
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Amazon has received $3.8 billion in public subsidies to open warehouses. The typical transition: a factory that paid $35 an hour with good union benefits like pensions is replaced by Amazon, which pays $15 an hour and aggressively breaks unions. nytimes.com/2021/03/09/opini…
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Amazon had workers spend up to 25 minutes a day - unpaid - going through security to make sure they don't steal anything. Collectively, this has cost workers hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid time at work. nytimes.com/2014/12/10/busin…
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Amazon has arranged unusual tax deals as "incentives" to open warehouses in town. A Kentucky county forced Amazon workers to pay 5% of their paychecks to Amazon (instead of taxes going to local public needs). nytimes.com/2019/12/27/techn…
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Remember how there is always money for defense? The DoD proposed a 7% raise for troops & military staff to keep pace with inflation. The House and Senate negotiated to say no to this one item. 820,000 employees got a real wage pay cut of about $1200 per soldier / staff member.
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UnitedHealthcare Pay Scale Data entry $30,000 Customer Service $35,000 Senior Customer Service $40,000 Registered Nurse $73,000 Nurse Manager $80,000 Vice President $218,000 CEO $18.4 million Previous CEO $142 million
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2023 Defense Spending: $858 billion $452 billion went to wealthy defense contractors who donate to congress members Military service members denied raises sufficient to match inflation $1 billion of extra pocket change for corporations by cutting pay $1,237 per military family
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