Seems like the NYT article on workplace conditions at Amazon and corresponding commentary is the big trend right now. I've known a handful of people who have worked there or currently do across a wide swath of positions. Based on the stories I've heard I wonder if engineering is okay and every other department is terrible? I'd also be curious to know that of the 100 people polled, how many of them had previously worked for big companies or grinding startups because some of the examples of horrible conditions are things I've witnessed at places I've worked and with my (former) clients.
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