Amazon has faced its fair share of scrutiny over recent years; outraged workers have hit out over conditions at the tech giant where some employees have reportedly not been allowed toilet breaks, while others claimed that the employer automatically fired colleagues without oversight from a human HR practitioner.
Last year, Amazon was at the centre of a storm over whether ‘employee’ Twitter accounts, that actively defend the firm’s working conditions, were genuine or not. While this was last year, it seems that questions surrounding Amazon’s Fulfilment Centre Ambassadors are making the rounds once again. This time, social media users are questioning the legitimacy of these accounts, Engadget reported.
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