Amazon denies violating any law but agrees to settle and amend policies
has hidden and publicized an agreement that Amazon has agreed to. Make workers aware of the number of injuries in their workplace. p>
The settlement announcement states that Amazon will be required to do the following in California:Issue notices to tens of thousands of warehouse workers identifying the exact number of cases New COVID-19 in their workplace within a day Ending their practice of issuing notices that do not adequately inform workers of the company's disinfection plan, safety and rights related to COVID-19 employees Report COVID-19 cases to local health agencies within 48 hours so they can intervene in the event of an outbreak likely at work.
These regulations are valid for one year. California's Covid-19 Notice Act is set to automatically expire January 1, 2023. Announcement
Amazon said it did not violate any law
Amazon has not admitted that its actions did not violate any law . The rules of the settlement document state: "The defense attorney expressly denies the allegations in the Complaint, including: (i) the conduct described in the Complaint would violate Section 6409.6 or any other law or regulation, and (b) the conduct described in the Complaint is Unfair competition and/or deceptive practices or practices in doing business or trade that violate the UCL.“No significant problems were found with safety measures in our buildings,” he said. “We have worked hard since the beginning of the pandemic to keep our employees safe and to provide our customers - which It has cost more than $15 billion to date — and we'll continue to do so in the coming months and years." /p>
We asked Amazon if it would implement the notice changes immediately or wait for the agreement to be approved by the court, as well as whether it would extend the changes to US states outside California An Amazon spokeswoman did not immediately respond to requests for comment, but said: “They may be notified by close contact with an infected person.” Use “call tracing to determine if someone has been exposed to that person, and we will notify those employees.” immediately." p>
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