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Barryd999 - 2020-12-04 11:46 AM

 

They are not wrong though. Terrible company. They treat their employees like sh1t an all.

 

They pay all taxes they are required to pay under UK law dont they ??? ... As for how they treat employees they employ over a million so its fair to say a few are guna feel a bit unloved init ??? ... Suppose you know Amazon employees n'all now and talk regular to em regarding Amazon working conditions ???

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Birdbrain - 2020-12-04 1:40 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2020-12-04 11:46 AM

 

They are not wrong though. Terrible company. They treat their employees like sh1t an all.

 

They pay all taxes they are required to pay under UK law dont they ??? ... As for how they treat employees they employ over a million so its fair to say a few are guna feel a bit unloved init ??? ... Suppose you know Amazon employees n'all now and talk regular to em regarding Amazon working conditions ???

 

There is a series on TV about Amazon at the moment. They paid less tax I believe than ever last year despite ever increasing profits. Business has been positively booming for them. I presume its within the legal limits but is it ethical and of course our governments corporation tax levels and their avoidance of EU tax reforms due to Brexit will favour companies like Amazon. Their treatment of employees is well documented and you wont have to search hard on google to find plenty of evidence. Turns out their treatment of their own sellers isnt much better either.

 

Would you want to work there? https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/amazon-warehouse-staff-treated-like-20661995

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Barryd999 - 2020-12-04 1:59 PM

 

Birdbrain - 2020-12-04 1:40 PM

 

Barryd999 - 2020-12-04 11:46 AM

 

They are not wrong though. Terrible company. They treat their employees like sh1t an all.

 

They pay all taxes they are required to pay under UK law dont they ??? ... As for how they treat employees they employ over a million so its fair to say a few are guna feel a bit unloved init ??? ... Suppose you know Amazon employees n'all now and talk regular to em regarding Amazon working conditions ???

 

There is a series on TV about Amazon at the moment. They paid less tax I believe than ever last year despite ever increasing profits. Business has been positively booming for them. I presume its within the legal limits but is it ethical and of course our governments corporation tax levels and their avoidance of EU tax reforms due to Brexit will favour companies like Amazon. Their treatment of employees is well documented and you wont have to search hard on google to find plenty of evidence. Turns out their treatment of their own sellers isnt much better either.

 

Would you want to work there? https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/amazon-warehouse-staff-treated-like-20661995

 

Chuckle ... 10 hour shifts, poor darlings ... £10.50 is well above the minimum wage isnt it ??? ... Would I want to work there ??? No not particularly but I wouldnt want to do any kind of job like that wether the employer is Amazon or Asda ... Princess they have over a million staff, some are guna whinge and some might have good reason to whinge

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