Amazon relies on extensive Worker Surveillance to boost Output and moves employees around in what could be an attempt to limit union organizing: Study (NYTimes, Reuters)

Amazon uses such tools as navigation software, item scanners, wristbands, thermal cameras, security cameras and recorded footage to surveil its workforce in warehouses and stores and relies on extensive worker surveillance to boost employee output and moves employees around in what could be an attempt to limit union organizing.

Download the full Report (PDF) by Open Markets Institute here: Eyes Everywhere: Amazon’s Surveillance Infrastructure and Revitalizing Worker Power by Daniel A. Hanley & Sally Hubbard, September 2020

Reuters/NYTimes, 31.08.2020 https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2020/08/31/business/31reuters-amazon-com-workers-surveillance.html