Gaslighting | Amazon gives leaders a lesson in poor corporate comms

Amazon gives leaders a lesson in poor corporate comms

Amazon has historically been hit with allegations over the conditions in which workers have to operate. Reports dating back to 2018 highlight that some of those working in Amazon warehouses were under such immense pressure to hit targets that they were unable to take bathroom breaks.

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