Hundreds of Amazon employees risk their jobs in demonstrations against its climate policies
Hundreds of Amazon employees risk their jobs in demonstrations against its climate policies

More than 340 Amazon employees protested the company's foreign exchange policy, which could make them unemployed.

The employees signed a mid-sized position with the Amazon Climate Climate Officer on Sunday. The letter contains signatures and quotes from the named Amazon employees who belong to the different company departments.

By participating in this post, all employees have challenged Amazon's external communications policies, and prevented employees from speaking about the company's business without management approval.

The protests are aimed at supporting two Amazon employees who have been threatened with expulsion from the company for their public criticism of their climate policies. User experience designer Marine Costa and developer Jimmy Kowalski have been warned that this violates Amazon's external communication guidelines.

Earlier this month, Costa and Emily Cunningham, another experienced user at an institution, appeared in a video clip of Senator Bernie Sanders criticizing the position of CEO (Jeff Bezos) for climate.

Amazon encourages employees to interact with corporate teams on issues such as sustainability. The company also said that employees can express their opinions by asking questions or joining internal stakeholders during extended meetings about Amazon and attending lunch and work hours (discussions are confidential). From the Amazon executives.

Software employees not only protest Amazon's position on climate issues, said software development engineer Max Eliasser: Amazon should shut down Ring, the company that makes smart home bells, especially after the company that Amazon seized has denied. February 2018 - Last year, his cooperation with law enforcement agencies was criticized. Earlier this month, Ring agreed to fire four employees for abusing customer video.

Employees refuse to work with the United States Immigration and Customs Service (Amazon Cloud Services), an agency often criticized for the abuse of asylum seekers and refugees. Others criticized "brutal working conditions" in the Amazon camps.

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