The Sports Direct warehouse once described as a “gulag” is asking staff to clock-in by pressing a touchpad featuring a happy or sad face emoji to indicate if they’re satisfied with conditions – Guardian reports.
Staffers at the scandal-ridden Shirebrook Warehouse in Derbyshire are being identified by their fingerprints and, if they’re unhappy, asked to explain their grievances to management.
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