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Amazon to spend $500M on front-line worker bonuses

bizjournals Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Amazon announced Monday that it will spend more than $500 million to provide bonuses to its front-line workers, including its drivers and warehouse employees. The announcement comes after Amazon hired 125,000 permanent workers – and 50,000 temporary hires – during the pandemic to keep up with demand as consumers turn increasingly to ordering goods online. In March, Amazon said it planned to hire thousands in North Carolina as part of the ramp up. Amazon's 1 million square foot fulfillment center…
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According to CNET, the $500 million will go to those most at risk of being infected with COVID-19.

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