Meanwhile, in France
Amazon has fired another three employees who have been critical of the biz, including two tech workers in Seattle and a warehouse worker in Minnesota. All three have raised concerns about the working conditions at the online giant’s warehouses during the coronavirus outbreak. Two Seattle-based staff, Emily Cunningham and Maren …
Do not worry.
Due to amazon's relentless competitive skills, in a few years time you will either be working for amazon or a place just like it.
If you want a vision of the future, imagine a boot stamping on a human face - forever.
But brought up to early 21st century standards where no one person is stamping, just a lot of people making up rules and following them, who all think they are doing the right thing.
(which, on reflection, was one of the points of the book)
"[I] a few years time you will either be working for amazon or a place just like it."
By then they'll have merged with Walmart, rebranded itself as Buy-N-Large, and start rolling out the WALL-Es.
(Joke aside, having one global megacorp like BnL is what we need to keep Amazon, Walmart, etc. from becoming.)
You wouldn't now be known as 'Human Resources' if you weren't meant to be strip-mined.
[sorry, can't link to the relevant strip at freefall.purrisa.com from my work computer - ICT seem to think it's not a work-essential site! :-( ]