Amazon VP Quits, Calls Out Warehouse Working Conditions
One of Amazon’s most high-profile executives has resigned in protest of what he calls “a vein of toxicity running through the company culture.”
Tim Bray was vice president and distinguished engineer at Amazon Web Services. In a blog post published Monday, he accused Amazon of retaliating against whistleblowers who raised alarms about working conditions in some of the company’s warehouses.
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