Jeff Bezos pictures Amazon as an inverted pyramid, in which he is the least important person at the bottom

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  • A seasonal Amazon worker, who wrote an anonymous column in The Guardian, described the induction talk they were given on their first day.
  • A manager took an image of an inverted pyramid, labelled the bottom “least important” and said that CEO Jeff Bezos thinks he belongs at this end of the diagram.
  • Amazon’s customers and warehouse workers were right at the top of the inverted pyramid.
  • The anonymous staffer went on to savage Amazon’s working conditions, saying that employees in the warehouses are treated as “disposable.”

Amazon workers are told that Jeff Bezos considers himself the least important person at the company.

That’s according to a seasonal worker, who wrote an anonymous column for The Guardian in which they described their introductory talk from a fulfilment center manager.

See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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