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Amazon's high turnover is by design. Jeff Bezos wanted to avoid a long-serving, entrenched work force, calling it “a march to mediocrity,” so instead of working to retain employees, he created incentives for them to leave. https://t.co/mjgUNvR2jx
In 2019, the red supergiant star Betelgeuse began to dim drastically. Some astronomers worried it would explode in a supernova. But a new study has now found that the dimming was the product of dust, not a prelude to destruction. https://t.co/XtLo40ZaRN
The pandemic strained Amazon’s model for managing people. Heavily reliant on metrics, apps and chatbots, it resulted in mistaken firings, job abandonment notices and stalled benefits at JKF8, Amazon’s only fulfillment center in New York City, and beyond. https://t.co/njHYrJOMSS