Thursday, August 8, 2019

Daily Beast publication: Amazon pivot for software engineers, my complaint, comments of practicing attorneys

Chinese software engineers say: There are three things I can watch forever: fire, water, Amazon fake pivot program.

Daily Beast today interviewed Amazon software engineers, practicing attorneys and one guy who likes to protest:

Link to article

It goes without saying Amazon Pivot is a pure fake:


Practicing attorneys agree Pivot is fake:


I assume Amazon attorneys will say Pivot is not fake. Well it is expected. Because Amazon pays to its attorneys around $1000 an hour. While Amazon warehouse workers are paid $15 an hour.

Crazy guy who likes to protest also believes Pivot is fake:


Last year first was Bloomberg. The media described how new Amazon program made life of employees even worse.

Link to article

And of course I can't forget crazy protesting guy explaining pivot with bad English:



After all of that Amazon responded to Daily Beast the company wanted to mitigate conflict with crazy guy:


As usual, Amazon commits mockery by its official response. Here is why:








8 comments:

  1. Thank you for fighting this fight. This gave me the courage to fight another corporation now, which discriminated against me. Remember that many people won't say anything outright and you won't even know they're supportive of your actions, but they're taking notes - companies better be taking notes too.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. We need to fight because even if we lose we lose nothing. If we win we bring benefits to a lot of people, not only ourselves

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    2. Yes. The victory for me would be, first and foremost, to able to expose them to the public: it's not even about winning the court battle, even. In my case it's not about employment, it's about Airbnb covering up both: dangerous properties and discrimination against guests, and retaliating if one reports it and insists that action is to be taken. People like Carla Stefaniak had already died in dangerous Airbnb, and after seeing dismal conditions and dangerous behavior being covered up by Airbnb, I can not stay silent and do nothing.

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  2. No, I faced all that: being in danger, Airbnb failure to act, and then retaliation when I said I'd be going public, as a guest aka customer/client. Seeing how you fight for justice without fear, really, helped me abandon my own fears. There's really nothing to lose fighting with these powerful entities, other than the risk of having it forever on your conscience when you could but did not act when seeing the wrong, and this is for the rest of your life.

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    1. Absolutely. I am not brave, I just learned that manual: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h2vW-rr9ibE

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  3. "And free men you are" - "What will you do without freedom?" - "Tell your enemies...they'll never take your freedom!"

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    1. That is what most Amazon employees are afraid to understand.

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