I was hoping for a comment like this
Arguably the best strat for Marty Logarius is: don’t fight Marty Logarius
It’s childish to stand up for your ideals and cowardly to risk being fired in retaliation? Interesting read on the situation you’ve got there.
Seeking asylum is not illegal
Bad Blood, by John Carreyrou. It’s quite good.
Legitimate, up to coercion and cutting hours below promised minimums
And yet those communities do not necessarily benefit from Amazon’s presence
This is something brought up by nearly everyone I spoke to. Unfortunately there wasn’t a clear spot to wedge it in here but I’m always looking for tips...
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We have! Not extensively, I’ll admit. Not as much as I’d like. But yeah, it seems even more grim in ways that Flex or Uber.
It’s a really sad fucking time to be alive, as a human individual
That’s another interesting thing these workers told me: it doesn’t seem there’s any sort of standardized benefit to working harder at Amazon, other than not getting fired.
That figure also describes the average worker in a fulfillment center + the aforementioned bonuses + stock options. The bonuses appear to be minimal. The options only vest after two years, and with the turnover reported, it’s likely few every get them. And the company has been cagey about saying if that number is…
They’re proudly listed as the largest donors on the No Tax on Jobs page, my man
Or you could fix zoning * and * demand companies invest in the city the operate in and benefit from
“The people we expected to not like the thing do not like the thing”
Glad to see the comments section hasn’t lost its fecundity on this one
(A) that the worker is free from the control and direction of the hiring entity in connection with the performance of the work, both under the contract for the performance of the work and in fact; and
But what if the trail really sucks