• Some Amazon warehouse workers are getting raises after repeated high-profile attacks on the retailer's pay

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Some Amazon employees working in the company's fulfillment centers have recently gotten raises, The Washington Post reported.
    The raises were generally between 2-4% and amounted to about 25 to 55 more cents an hour.
    The raises follow a series of high-profile attacks on the retailer's pay and treatment of its warehouse workers.
    An Amazon spokesperson said in a statement to Business Insider that it evaluates warehouse workers' pay annually.
    Amazon has upped its pay for some warehouse workers.
    The online retail giant has instituted pay raises for workers in some of the warehouses where the...
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  • Warehouse workers are finally seeing meaningful pay increases, but many are still forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet

    Warehouse workers are finally seeing meaningful pay increases, but many are still forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Pay for warehouse workers is going up, after years of no increases.
    The majority of warehouse associates can expect to make at least $12 an hour, according to a recent study .
    But in many areas, a warehouse worker's salary does not meet the standard for a living wage.
    Foster Hines, who has been a warehouse worker for 40 years, knows there's a shortage of warehouse workers. More and more warehouses have been opening up near his home of Denver, Colorado.
    But the starting pay at these jobs seems low to him - $12 an hour. "Warehouse work is not easy, by no means, but they continue to keep...
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  • Warehouse workers are finally seeing meaningful pay increases, but many are still forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet

    Warehouse workers are finally seeing meaningful pay increases, but many are still forced to work multiple jobs to make ends meet

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Pay for warehouse workers is going up, after years of no increases.
    The majority of warehouse associates can expect to make at least $12 an hour, according to a recent study .
    But in many areas, a warehouse worker's salary does not meet the standard for a living wage.
    Foster Hines, who has been a warehouse worker for 40 years, knows there's a shortage of warehouse workers. More and more warehouses have been opening up near his home of Denver, Colorado.
    But the starting pay at these jobs seems low to him - $12 an hour. "Warehouse work is not easy, by no means, but they continue to keep...
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