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Motherboard spoke to economists and historians about why fast food and retail workers around the country are suddenly quitting en masse.
The lawsuit alleges that for years women at the video game giant faced blatant discrimination, abuse and sexual harassment.
A new coalition of most powerful progressive organizations has united to push the Senate to pass the Protecting the Right to Organize Act.
Patty Hernandez, a 23-year-old Amazon warehouse worker in Tracy, California, miscarried after pleading with her manager and human resources for lighter duty.
Gig workers on the rapidly growing delivery platform, popular among college students, say its business model shouldn’t be considered gig work at all.
On an internal message board, Amazon warehouse workers in Staten Island have complained about a lack of fans at their workstations and empty water fountains in recent weeks.
The recent shutdown of two Amazon delivery companies in Portland appears to be the first public example in the United States of such companies using their leverage to protest against Amazon.
The elderly and children are among the thousands of agricultural workers who are harvesting blueberries and cherries throughout the Pacific Northwest's 'heat dome.'
A list of six tips Amazon distributed to drivers to "keep in top shape" during one of its largest sales events of the year is all but impossible.
In an official resolution obtained by Motherboard, one of the country's most powerful unions has declared an unprecedented effort to unionize Amazon.
Amazon says it has a process for blacklisting dangerous and racist customers from its drivers’ delivery routes, but a Motherboard investigation found it doesn’t always do so.
"Jeff Bezos has no idea that his workers are homeless, especially in New York, and I'm not the only one."