Amazon starts to track workers' productivity rates!
News by Editorial Team 15 Oct 2020
In a recent development, Amazon workers in Staten Island revealed that the ecommerce giant has resumed tracking productivity rates in its facilities. The workers claim that this puts them at greater risk of exposure to the coronavirus. Amazon, in July, had said that it wouldn’t take disciplinary action against employees who fell short of productivity quotas. Amazon had said that it knew that workers need some extra time to wash their hands, sanitize their workstation, and practice social distancing.