Saturday, July 24, 2021

Who’s Left to Employ? – Amazon is Running Through Workers Too Fast. / VIDEO

Cori Gordon & Amazon Prime truck
Cori Gordon – Amazon Prime Delivery Service Partner

*When we think of how low prices are at a certain store compared to another, or how fast deliveries get to us from one carrier to another, we never think of the efforts behind the scenes, do we?

With e-commerce rapidly increasing due to the pandemic and due to the convenience, we’re afforded daily, it’s safe to say that the workers for these companies are undervalued.

According to MSN and a major New York Times Investigation, Amazon burns through its employees too easily.

What a surprise, huh?

Due to the vast employee turn, Amazon executives are concerned about possibly running out of people to hire with relation to the demand inevitably increased by the heightened scare of the pandemic.

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Despite the influx of hiring windows, Amazon has advertised, people are quitting just as soon as they are hired not even making it to a month in most cases.

One former Amazon manager who oversaw human resources efforts focused on warehouse workers, compared the situation with worker churn at Amazon warehouses to the ongoing use of fossil fuels, reports MSN.

“We keep using them, even though we know we’re slowly cooking ourselves,” he told the Times. Expectedly, Amazon representatives didn’t respond to a request for comment as of this publishing.

We hope for a true improvement within the backend of their operations department going forward!

Chantelle Adanna
Chántelle Adanna Agbro is a Nigerian-American literary artist, self-published author, spoken word poet, and self-love/wellness enthusiast, currently based in Bowie, Maryland. With the recent launch of her personalized project: The Rebel Journal, she’s revving up to announce her listening party for her latest audiobook release My Soul Told On Me, which dropped this past April! She writes for Black Women to feel their embedded emotions when they’re too busy carrying everyone else’s, which is what birthed her trademark: “She Carries”. Her work is for women at any age and in any stage in life as she covers a wide range of topics such as: self-care, heartbreak, depression, politics and self-hate etc. From storytelling to poem affirmations, to spoken word, Chántelle is known for being fearless and ruthless in her vulnerability, courageous in her ability to speak and fluid in her ability to authentically convey her feelings. She articulates from root to steam the value within self-love with the Afro-Latino culture always intertwined. At 25, this is Chántelle’s first book but definitely not her last.



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