Amazon has apologized to U.S. Congressman D. Wican. He initially denied his suggestion that the driver was sometimes forced to pee in the urinal during the delivery process, so he scored his goals.
The company said in its blog: “We know that drivers will and do find it difficult to find restrooms due to traffic jams or sometimes rural routes. Many public restrooms have been closed during Covid, and this is especially the case.”
A week after the Democrats criticized Amazon’s working conditions, the Democrats accepted the job on Amazon. He said in a tweet: “Paying workers at a rate of $15 an hour will not bankrupt you and make workers urinate in a water bottle.
Amazon initially issued a denial statement, saying in a tweet: “You really don̵
Amazon said in its blog: “This is its own goal, and we are not happy about it, and we want to apologize to the Pocan representative.” He added that the previous response was only for employees in its warehouse or fulfillment center.
The company said that this problem is within the entire industry, and it will look for a solution, but it did not specify a specific solution.
Amazon apologized as workers in a warehouse in Alabama were waiting for votes to be counted, which could lead the online retailer to establish the first union in the United States and mark a watershed in organized labor.
For a long time, Amazon has discouraged its more than 800,000 American employees from organizing. Many workers’ accusations of poor or unsafe working conditions have made the company’s unionization a major goal of the American labor movement.