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Amazon’s Biggest Exploitation is Giving its Workers More Time Off

“Voluntary Time Off” is their trojan horse to exploit workers, minimize wage costs and protect tax breaks

Photo — The Seattle Times

Short break times. Punishment for using the bathroom. Worker surveillance. These are some of the poor working conditions in Amazon warehouses that have been documented in recent…

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Opinion Editor at The Badger Herald (badgerherald.com). Student-writer focused on economics, media, politics and the environment | wromano5@verizon.net

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