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Amazon Delivery Driver Says He Was Fired For Asking About Coronavirus

analyse - 22 mai 2020

lire sur le site originel >>> (VICE)

An Amazon "Delivery Service Partner" called FAE Distributors told workers that there "is no room for negativity" during the pandemic.
Workers at Amazon’s Gary, Indiana warehouse (DIN2) allege that their employer, FAE Distributors, fired a delivery driver as retaliation for raising concerns about the company’s safety measures during the pandemic.
FAE Distributors is an “Amazon Delivery Service partner. ”Amazon describes the program like this : “DSP owners are responsible for hiring, training, (...)



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