In some countries, managers reports hundreds to thousands of warehouse workers walking out in the roads. they also made clear that across britain, amazon warehouses have called the ambulance about 115 times in the last three years. "We provide safe and positive working conditions, and encourage anyone to come see for themselves by taking a tour at one of our fulfillment centers". To get the CEO to understand they released a video telling him "we are not robots" in 5 langauges. Facebook and Twitter is replete with images with Amazon workers holding placards that read "Jeff Bezos, you're the richest man. Today, the majority of our associates at Amazon's Fulfillment Center in San Fernando de Henares (Madrid) are working and processing our customers' orders, as they do every day, while we respect the rights of a group of associates to choose to go to strike".GMB general secretary Tim Roache said: "We're standing up and saying enough is enough".Amazon faces worker backlashes in Europe more … [Read more...] about Amazon warehouse employees hold we are not robots protest on Black Friday
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Andrew Harris, Bloomberg 10:36 pm CST, Thursday, November 8, 2018 Crewmen work on TransCanada's Keystone XL project near Winnsboro in Wood County in 2012. Continue to see photos from past Keystone XL protests. Crewmen work on TransCanada's Keystone XL project near Winnsboro in Wood County in 2012. Continue to see photos from past Keystone XL protests. Photo: Cody Duty, Staff Members of the Cowboy and Indian Alliance (CIA), a group of ranchers, farmers and indigenous leaders, ride horses past the U.S. Capitol during a protest against the Keystone XL pipeline on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Tuesday, April 22, 2014. TransCanada Corp. is awaiting a U.S. permit to build the northern leg of Keystone XL, which would supply U.S. Gulf Coast refineries with crude from Alberta's oil sands. Because it crosses an international boundary, the proposal requires State Department … [Read more...] about Keystone XL pipeline project blocked by judge in Montana
Almost all of the other targets who were intended recipients of packages also turn up in derogatory or highly critical tweets, including Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and Maxine Waters.This Nov. 1, 2017, photo shows a van with windows covered with an assortment of stickers in Well, Florida. This one was addressed to prominent Democratic donor Tom Steyer in California, bringing the total to 14 suspicious packages addressed to 12 targets. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., is intercepted at a Sacramento mail facility.The first crude bomb to be discovered was delivered Monday to the suburban NY compound of George Soros, a liberal billionaire and major contributor to Democratic causes.Citing an unnamed source, cable network MSNBC said the suspect was a man in his 50s. The packages were almost identical - six inch PVC pipes with wires, stuffed inside a bubble-wrap lined manila envelope, according to the complaint.The explosive devices were packed in envelopes with bubble-wrap interiors bearing six … [Read more...] about FBI Nabbed Bomb Suspect With Help From DNA, Fingerprint Matches
By J.K. Dineen Updated 5:18 pm PDT, Thursday, August 30, 2018 Part of the Recology yard seen at 900 7th St. on Tuesday in San Francisco. Part of the Recology yard seen at 900 7th St. on Tuesday in San Francisco. Photo: Liz Hafalia / The Chronicle Buy photo The Recology maintenance yard on Seventh Street is currently used for truck storage. Recology has bigger plans for the now-valuable site and would move the trucks to its Visitacion Valley location. The Recology maintenance yard on Seventh Street is currently used for truck storage. Recology has bigger plans for the now-valuable site and would move the trucks to its Visitacion Valley location. Photo: Paul Chinn / The Chronicle Buy photo Joe Sciamanna steam-cleans food waste containers at Recology’s Seventh Street maintenance yard, which the company wants rezoned. Joe Sciamanna … [Read more...] about Recology wants to recycle an SF lot for 1,000 housing units, light industry
Hosted at Murrenbong Scout Camp, Kurwongbah in Queensland’s spectacular Moreton Bay Region, the 2018/19 series goes back to where it all began eleven years ago MORETON BAY REGION, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, August 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Australia’s National Cross Triathlon Series 2018/19 season is set to launch in just two weeks on the first day of Spring. Hosted at Murrenbong Scout Camp, Kurwongbah in Queensland’s spectacular Moreton Bay Region, the 2018/19 series goes back to where it all began eleven years ago. The National 2018/19 TreX Series includes seven action packed events across the nation and according to race organisers is set to be another dynamic season. Off the back of the hosting of the ITU World Championships in 2016, the interest in cross triathlon in Australia is at an all-time high and athletes are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to hit the trails again in this action-packed triathlon format. Cross or Off-Road Triathlon takes the … [Read more...] about TreX Springs into 2018/19 with the series launch on 1 Sep in Queensland’s Spectacular Moreton Bay Region.