Amazon says its warehouses are safe for workers. But the numbers reveal that workers are getting hurt much more often than the company claims.
The company’s long-simmering tensions with its warehouse workers have spilled over in the coronavirus pandemic.
Reveal’s investigation into workplace safety problems inside Amazon warehouses was named a finalist for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize in explanatory reporting.
As Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb tried to land Amazon’s HQ2, state officials dropped serious safety citations against the company.
In the wake of Reveal’s investigation, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Ilhan Omar say producing the data “should be quick and easy.”
In late 2017, as Indiana geared up to bid for Amazon’s new headquarters location, an Amazon warehouse worker near Indianapolis was fatally injured.
This year, Amazon rolled out one-day delivery on selected items. The convenience is alluring, but what is the true cost of speedy shipping?
If you work or have worked at one of these warehouses, you can obtain records.
Here’s how to check what the injuries are like at the warehouse that handles your packages.
Amazon’s internal injury records expose the true toll of its relentless drive for speed.