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Tim Bray has quit his high paying job after company fired several employees who cried out on a concern about their internal protection during the pandemic.
Source CNN business says the vice president Tim Bray quit his lucrative job at the company over the recent firing of several employees who raised concerns about protections for warehouse workers during the pandemic.
In the statement made available to newsmen the vice president Tim Bray says he had worked for Amazon company for over 5years now and last Friday was the day he quit his job. According to his statement he says:-
“I quit in dismay at Amazon firing whistleblowers who were making noise about warehouse employees frightened of Covid-19,” Bray wrote in a lengthy blog post published on his website. Bray said he had worked at Amazon (AMZN) for more than five years; his last day at the company was Friday.
In recent weeks, Amazon has fired several warehouse workers, including Christian Smalls and Bashir Mohamed, who had been vocal about the company’s response to coronavirus, as well as two corporate employees, Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa, who had organized around climate action and, more recently, around warehouse worker conditions during the pandemic. For its part, Amazon has maintained that it supports “every employee’s right to criticize their employer’s working conditions, but that does not come with blanket immunity.”