20 Reasons Why Amazon.com Warehouses Are Terrible Places

February 28, 2014

While it has risen to become one of the most successful corporations in the new economy, Amazon.com has mastered the art of creating a bad work environment like no other company (except maybe Walmart). At Salon, Simon Head documents the extreme measures the online retailer uses at its fulfillment centers (the company's fancy name for its warehouses). Here are the 20 most extreme abuses Head finds.

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