Amazon delivery drivers feel 'compelled' to urinate in car and speed to meet expectations

Amazon delivery drivers feel 'compelled' to urinate in car and speed to meet expectations

Drivers delivering parcels for Amazon have claimed that they feel obliged to miss lunch breaks and urinate in their vehicles, in order to meet the company's expectations.

Workers explained their situation to a BBC journalist, claiming that they were expected to deliver up to 200 parcels each day.

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