France is the only country where Amazon has shut all of its so-called fulfillment centers after unions complained that they were still too crowded and filed a legal challenge

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“Since the beginning of the pandemic, Amazon’s results are almost comparable to what they do at Christmas and we’re being told that the situation they’ve been put in is unfair, untenable, unbearable,” she said. “Let’s keep it decent, please.”


Amazon plans to hire 100,000 people nationwide for full-time and part-time roles in Amazon’s delivery network and at its fulfillment centers

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“We also know many people have been economically impacted as jobs in areas like hospitality, restaurants, and travel are lost or furloughed as part of this crisis,” the company said in a statement on its website. “We want those people to know we welcome them on our teams until things return to normal and their past employer is able to bring them back.”