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Some of Amazon's highly-paid tech workers say warehouse worker conditions are 'a source of shame' (AMZN)

Some of Amazon's highly-paid tech workers say warehouse worker conditions are 'a source of shame' (AMZN)
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Some Amazon tech workers say they are ashamed of the working conditions of the company's warehouse workers.




The tech workers are openly sharing words of encouragement to those warehouse employees, who are planning on a short strike during Amazon Prime Day.




The striking workers want better pay, more reasonable work expectations and better chance for promotion.




Amazon says it already provides all of this to them.




However, warehouse workers tell a different side of the story: They talk about the constant pressure to perform, and how the company's automated systems track them and can even automatically target them to get fired.




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A group of Amazon's tech workers are openly supporting the planned strike by Amazon warehouse workers in Shakopee, Minnesota, next week during the online retailer's Prime Day shopping event.
Some of them will even be flying out to walk the picket line and give speeches during the strike, says Amazon Employees for Climate Justice, the employee activist group organizing this show of support.
Others are publicly sharing letters and words of encourage to the strikers via Amazon Employees for Climate Justice, with multiple employees saying they are ashamed by the treatment of the fulfillment center workers.
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