Demand Amazon and Walmart stop harmful surveillance

The two largest private employers in the U.S.—Amazon and Walmart—are using abusive and invasive surveillance tactics to get even richer at the expense of workers’ rights, safety, and dignity.

Warehouse workers are being constantly monitored, creating environments where they have no choice but to keep up with inhuman, unsustainable productivity standards. These often result in health and safety risks, with workers reporting they don't have time to use the bathroom because of how fast they are pushed to work. This is unacceptable.

Add your name to demand Amazon and Walmart stop the hyper-surveillance of their warehouse workers that compromises their health, safety, and well-being.

Message to Amazon and Walmart Executives

Amazon and Walmart are making record profits on the backs of warehouse workers by exploiting them through excessive and dangerous surveillance practices. This always-present, watchful eye abuses warehouse workers’ rights and jeopardizes their health, safety, and well-being.

Right now, workers are being pressured to keep up with unsafe and inhuman productivity standards, and are being subjected to excessive surveillance in warehouses that erode their rights. Warehouse floors have become incubators of injury—through the use of automation, surveillance, fear, and intimidation.

Oxfam is advocating for an end to these practices to give workers the health, safety, and respect they rightfully deserve.

It’s time for Amazon and Walmart to stop harming workers and reform surveillance practices in your warehouses.

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