EXPOSED: Amazon's dystopian workplace conditions

EXPOSED: Amazon's dystopian workplace conditions

With Amazon’s swelling fortune putting CEO Jeff Bezos’ net worth just over $100billion this weekend, as the online retailers’ Black Friday sales pushed its stock price up – this enormous wealth comes at a price. 

According to an investigation by The Mirror, Amazon warehouse workers have just nine seconds to process packages, work gruelling hours causing them to fall asleep on the job, and are constantly reminded that they're being supervised. 

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