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'It's a slap in the face': Amazon is handing out 'Thank you' t-shirts to warehouse workers as it cuts their hazard pay

'It's a slap in the face': Amazon is handing out 'Thank you' t-shirts to warehouse workers as it cuts their hazard pay
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Amazon has started to phase out policies brought in to help its warehouse staff deal with working during the coronavirus pandemic.




Last month it ended a policy of unlimited unpaid time off, and this week it announced it will end its $2 per hour wage increase from June.




Two warehouse employees told Business Insider the company had handed out t-shirts to staff as a thank-you.




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Amazon is handing out branded merchandise to say thanks to warehouse workers during the coronavirus pandemic, even as it phases out policies intended to help.
Two Amazon employees told Business Insider the company has distributed "thank-you" t-shirts to its warehouse workers (or "fulfillment associates").
One worker based in Indiana shared a picture of the shirt they received, the front reads "Thanks to you" and on the back: "Together, we'll deliver."
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