#InsideAmazon: ‘Soul-crushing’ workplace slammed after New York Times exposé

Amazon unexpectedly found itself in damage control over the weekend in response to a blistering exposé published in the New York Times detailing the depressing work conditions at its sprawling Seattle campus. The Times interviewed 100 current and former “Amazonians,” painting a less-than-stellar picture of a workplace environment where many fizzle out quickly.Read the full article

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