TDR Live: Fox Drools At Prospect of Biden Press Conference Disaster

The Damage Report host John Iadarola is joined by journalist Wosny Lambre to break down today’s top stories.

Fox & Friends speculates about Biden’s first press conference. Bernie Sanders joins Amazon workers fighting to unionize. Atlanta police arrest a man carrying high powered guns and body armour into a Publix. NY Governor Andrew Cuomo is hit with his fourth major scandal of the year. Chrissy Teigen quits Twitter after more than a decade on the platform. Trade is halted in the Suez Canal after a container ship gets stuck. New Zealand approves legislation providing bereavement leave for miscarriages or stillbirths. Researchers in Mexico release a nose-only Covid mask.

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Read more here: https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/16/17243026/amazon-warehouse-jobs-worker-conditions-bathroom-breaks

"Amazon warehouse workers are forced to pee in bottles or forego their bathroom breaks entirely because fulfillment demands are too high, according to journalist James Bloodworth, who went undercover as an Amazon worker for his book, Hired: Six Months Undercover in Low-Wage Britain. Targets have reportedly increased exponentially, workers say in a new survey revealed over the weekend, and as result, they feel pressured and stressed to meet the new goals.

Workers who pick up products for delivery at a warehouse in Staffordshire, UK use bottles instead of the actual toilet, which is located too far away, Bloodworth reported. They are afraid of being disciplined for idling and losing their jobs as a result, he added. Bloodworth told The Sun in an interview that the warehouse resembled a prison or an airport, with high security scanners that check workers for banned items like hoodies, sunglasses, and phones, and other employees who pat down workers to check for stolen goods."

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