Saturday, June 1, 2019

Amazon wants to keep its fascism "Confidential"

HR director Kelly Wolf informed me about the following:
Hate speech (the reason for my complaint) is not a violation of the Amazon policy.
What else do you need to know about this company?

I admit partially Wolf is right. Outrageous violations are indeed not the violations of the Amazon policy. That is because the policy is defective.

Let's start from the beginning. In around February I started picketing Amazon offices as a result of outrageous violations of the company. Amazon (as usual) retaliated this with locking me access to everything (emails etc), hate speech and other outrageous actions. I got threats of violence, insults and other Amazon "gifts". Well I expected this based on the experience of numerous other Amazon employees. What could I expect if after the complaint Amazon cuts breaks of the car of its own employee?

On 03/07/2019 I sent my complaint about threats and hate crime to Amazon HR. HR director Kelly Wolf promised to get back in 2 days. That was lies. She came back only in 2 months (today). She spent 2 months to tell me: "there is no violation of Amazon policy".

Did she carefully investigated that during 2 months?
Did she need a lot of time to gather all the evidence?
Did she research the law and consulted with others?
Nope. She waited 2 months until I complain to the federal agency. The agency solicited Amazon with the request. Wolf immediately sent me an email to tell "I did my job, I reacted to your complaint (even 2 months later)".

Here is the full email below. Wolf marked it as a "confidential" hoping I am afraid to publish it. Amazon cannot understand the simple thing. How can I afraid to publish their mockery if I am not afraid of their threats of violence? Public interest is more significant than the interest of Wolf. Public interest is more significant than the interest of Amazon.


Confidential



[email hidden]@amazon.com
to:Oleg Churyumov <[email hidden]@gmail.com>
date:May 31, 2019, 5:08 PM
subject:Confidential
mailed-by:amazon.com
signed-by:amazon.com
security: Standard encryption (TLS) Learn more
:Important according to Google magic.
Dear Oleg Churyumov,
On 03/07/2019 you raised concerns to our team.  Amazon takes concerns of this nature very seriously and has a process in place to investigate.  My role in this process was to be a fair and objective fact finder and to conduct and complete a thorough investigation.  As part of this process, I spoke with relevant parties and reviewed relevant documentation.
I completed a thorough investigation and did not find a violation of Amazon policy or standards of conduct.
As a reminder, Amazon has a policy prohibiting retaliation against anyone who has raised a complaint or who has participated in an investigation. Amazon expects that anyone who participates in an investigation will not engage in any retaliatory behavior – this applies to and has been discussed with all the parties in the investigation.  
Thank you again for raising your concerns and for your cooperation.  If you have any questions now or in the future, please let me know.
Thank you,
Kelly Wolf
Dir, Corp Employee Relations

The screenshot (look at the big word "Confidential"):


Glassdoor reports, HR director at Amazon is paid salary around $150,000. Wolf is for a long time with Amazon. So her salary might be $200,000 or even more. So, $200,000 is a fair price to cover the hate speech in the company. Happy customer of Amazon thinks his money are to feed children of warehouse workers. Nope. Their salaries are around 10 times less than the salary of Wolf and Amazon attorneys. Happy Amazon customer buys Prime account mostly to feed HRs and lawyers who hide the violations of the company.

No, Ms Wolf, I will not keep you mockery confidential. Nobody will help me. But we can help to other Amazon employees and to all the future applicants to know what really happens at Amazon.

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