Recently, admitting Twitter users noticed a strange phenomenon of Amazon ambassadors. "And instead of describing the reported terrible working conditions in fulfillment centers, these reports praise the company for its benefits, good working environment and more." Sound fishy? You're not the only one who thinks so. "
It is believed that There are at least 15 accounts, all with the same bio-format of [Job title] @ [Warehouse Location]. [Length of service] Amazon. [List of things they like outside of work]. "The cover image is from the Amazon logo, and all have their first name, followed by" FC Ambassador " , detailed Complex .
The reports praise Amazon for many different things interacting with other Twitter users and dispelling "myths" about the company. The ambassadors love working for Amazon, and they all know the big benefits that the company has to offer. TechCrunch even noted that three different accounts spent similar information on how Amazon pays 30 percent more than other retailers. The ambassadors are "proud" of working for the company, they love their "full health benefits" and say the working conditions are "very good".
For others, the whole stinks only of propaganda. For example, Sun described her as a "scary Twitter army" trying to clean up the [Amazon’s] reputation.
Amazon literally has bot accounts that now follow the same strict format. dystopian
[Name] ̵1; Amazon FC Ambassador ???? @AmazonFC [Name][Role] @ [Amazon location]. [X] year Amazon. [Hobby][Hobby] and [Hobby].
Registered in August 2018 pic.twitter.com/N66pfPZ8eR
– Vanson (@slutaburger) Aug 24, 2018
Many Twitter users are I do not think so, as a user has said the following.
"It reads just like excerpts from the Human Resources and Safety Manuals Person: How is your work going?" Amazon FC Ambassador: It's very well lit, thanks for asking. "
Hello! I work in an Amazn warehouse and in my building the working conditions are not so bad – very clean and well lit. My safety and well-being are top priorities for my managers. The benefits are great – full health insurance from the first day, 401K, stocks, etc.
– Phil – Amazon FC Ambassador ???? (1945) August 19, 2018
Another user called Amazon and said the following:
"You must try a little harder to make your FC Ambassador bots sound reasonable."
Another Twitter The account spawned Amazon's wristbands, which were patented in March to enable the company to monitor their employees' hand movements.
Hey, the Amazon ambassador of FC. Can you give me the script with all the things we can talk about? You know the one who says that we can not talk about the bracelets that "shock" us when we go in the wrong direction. Thanks bruh ????????
– Gay ???? ️ ???? – Amazon FC Ambassador (@QThePinkYoshi) August 24, 2018
Whether Amazon likes it or not, the company has been dogged by allegations from its employees that they are being treated badly. In particular, some have claimed that people urinate in trash cans because they are worried that they would be gone too long if they tried to go to the bathroom. Others said that although they technically have breaks, when they are done, waiting in line at the metal detectors that their break is already over, Inquisitr .
Meanwhile, social media users speculate whether the accounts are bots or whether they are actually operated by people.
But if you really wanted to know what's really going on in Amazon Fulfillment Centers, you might be able to visit a department store. It's easy enough to sign up, you can find a link on any ambassador's Twitter page.
I'm Shauntrelle & I've been at Amazon since November 2017. I've started as a packer and have become a problem solving, PG (Progressive Leader), ambassador. I take my position seriously because I see it as a career and not just a job. Ask me something about working in a FC! pic.twitter.com/4j9qoFgQVk
– Shauntrelle – Amazon FC Ambassador (@AmazonFCShaunJ) August 21, 2018