Amazon to pay $500 million in one-time bonuses to its frontline worker

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Amazon, which delivers about 10 billion items a year, has been facing intense scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers over whether it is doing enough to protect staff

Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it would invest $500 million on one-energy rewards to its cutting edge representatives and accomplices working through the coronavirus emergency.

Workers and accomplices who have been with the internet business organization through June will get rewards going from $150 to $3,000, the organization said in a blog entry.

The world's biggest online retailer, which conveys around 10 billion things every year, has been confronting exceptional investigation from US administrators and associations about whether it is doing what's necessary to shield staff from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Prior in the day, laborers at six Amazon locales in Germany chose to take to the streets in a fight over security after some staff at coordinations focuses tried positive for coronavirus, worker's organization Verdi said on Sunday.

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