How draconian are Amazon HR policies?
November 26, 2012 2:52 PM Subscribe
There was an item missing from a recent Amazon delivery I received. If I complain, is someone at a processing center going to get fired?
It's a relatively low-value item (about $10) that is annoying to not have but not crucial or anything. I'd like to have the item (and not pay for it twice) but it's not a huge deal either way.
What I'd like to know-- ideally from someone who has worked at Amazon in management or in warehouse operations-- is if I do ask/complain about it, is whoever packed the box going to get fired? If this is a reasonable possibility, I'll just eat it.
I know that Amazon workers deal with some pretty difficult conditions to begin with, and I'd rather not contribute to any misery.