Robots alone can’t save Amazon’s labour woes

July 16, 2019 Gavin van Marle

Yesterday’s Amazon Prime day brought into focus the pressure that Amazon is feeling as its attempts to fulfil all those orders placed trough its platform for products on sale. There have been widespread reports of the huge amount of stress that the company’s warehouse workforce has found itself under – which ironically have come at the same time as Amazon has hit the headlines with its investments in automation. The ...

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