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To: Amazon Logistics

Amazon drivers demand reasonable workload

Amazon drivers demand reasonable workload

The workload of Amazon drivers is excessive. Before peak season, we consistently delivered around 150 stops per day. Ever since peak season began, we have been doing 200 stops per day (up to 250 stops when accounting for group stops). This was done with out consulting drivers. There was also no raise given to drivers for the extra work.

Consequently, we respectfully and formally request that Amazon Logistics make immediate improvements to our workload and routing. Specifically, we want:

1) No more than 150 stops per day

2) Group stops split up so that they are counted individually.

3) Improved routing via the Flex app (to reduce backtracking)

4) More sweepers, in order to reduce workload on full time drivers, and so that no part time drivers are sent home without a route

Why is this important?

We work long, tiresome hours for Amazon. Our work generates billions of dollars in revenue for this corporation. We are valuable and essential to this company and we demand to be treated with respect.

How it will be delivered

When we have collected 100 signatures, we will hand deliver this petition to the Amazon station manager at DLN3


Reasons for signing

  • Ungrouping stops would be amazing
  • Workers who get overworked like this are more likely to get overwhelmed and forget to deliver things!
  • Make a better work place

Updates

2021-05-07 14:40:40 -0400

100 signatures reached

2021-05-07 12:36:23 -0400

50 signatures reached

2021-05-04 23:02:59 -0400

25 signatures reached

2021-04-29 13:24:47 -0400

10 signatures reached