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Report Reveals Amazon's Punishing Workplace Culture

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Amazon can be a brutal place to work. That’s according to a New York Times report that described employees crying at their desks, backstabbing co-workers and a “rank and yank” practice to cull staff. But some within the company say that the practices keep them motivated and productive. What makes for a healthy — or toxic — workplace culture?


David Streitfeld, writer for The New York Times

Robert Levering, co-founder of Great Place to Work and co-author of Fortune Magazine's annual "100 Best Companies to Work For"


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