According to the Guardian , Amazon is currently recruiting homeless workers who live in their cars and camper vans as part of a program it calls CamperForce, a labor unit made up of nomads who work as seasonal employees.
The programs is designed to meet the heavy shipping demands of “peak season” – the consumer bonanza that spans the three to four months before Christmas.
Amazon president Jeff Bezos boasts that by 2020, one out of four US “work-campers” (ie RV and vehicle dwellers who travel the country looking for temporary work) will have worked for Amazon.
Bezos, recently named the richest man in the world, clearly has no shame about ruthlessly exploiting Amazon workers (ie refusing to pay them enough to meet basic survival needs) in pursuit of that wealth. See The Ugly Truth About Amazon and Online Retailers).
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