Amazon employees are fuming over management
Published : Monday, 6 April, 2020 at 5:12 PM Count : 173
Some corporate employees at Amazon are angry and dissatisfied with how their company is escalating labor disputes in its warehouses, where facility workers say the company is not doing enough to protect them from the Covid-19.
Internal agency email lists and chat groups, which re-viewed Thursday and Friday, expressed disappointment in a report by Amazon White-Collar employees that the agency's top lawyer recently described warehouse operators as "not smart, or outspoken," and indicated that executives' unionization. Using it to assist in the effort Chit.
Amazon general counsel David Zapolsky used that language to describe dismissed warehouse Christian Christian Smalls in a note to a meeting of leading Amazon executives, including CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday.
Since the revelation, the stunned Amazon corporate employees have promoted a list of frustrations for leadership so that there are thousands of fellow employees. After an employee moderator closes a thread in the email, others call in small virtual groups on Amazon's workplace messaging service, Chime.
"We are in a challenging and exceptional situation - but this type of behavior does not align with our [leadership policies] or the image and values we try to mimic when working with customers and candidates," one Amazon employee wrote Friday by redirect. Email thread. "If this [is] not a situation where people should be polar and emphasize higher standards for our leadership, then what are we doing here?"
Another employee mentioned the Zapolsky situation and one employee moderator closed the discussion, saying "probably the most important event and the silence I saw on Amazon the next time."
And another employee, expressing concern that the conversation was closed, wrote, "Dealing with a worker below our company's pedigree makes me frustrated that I should discuss publicly on the issue of inclusion and diversity."
An Amazon spokeswoman declined to comment on employees' conversations.-Internet