Amazon's automated employee-tracking system can FIRE workers based on productivity without ever consulting a human | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Amazon's automated employee-tracking system can FIRE workers based on productivity without ever consulting a human

If you're one of the hundreds of thousands of employees working in an Amazon fulfillment center, technology many not only threatens to take your job, but could be the one pulling the trigger.

A report from The Verge shows that Amazon uses a stringent set of metrics to not only track the performance of workers in its warehouses but to automatically terminate their employment if they fail to meet certain standards.

In one facility located in Baltimore, the investigation found that approximately 300 full-time workers in one facility were fired for inefficiency between 2017 and 2018 -- a figure that represents 10 percent of the factory's overall workforce.

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They also steal employees.....

Ethan Allen and...

compensation. They took $600 of non-existent medical benefits out of my check. Took 6 weeks to get $450 back. I no longer work for those thieves.

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