My name is Tamara Clay from Camden, NJ, I’m a warehouse worker and as a proud union member I’m speaking out about the state of our industry. I’m old enough to have experience in plenty of warehouses. Because of that, I can understand why warehouse workers across the state are… Read more >
I’ve been working at Macy’s logistics in Secaucus, New Jersey for thirty-eight years. We handle jewelry, watches, and even iPads. We ship them to the stores. And we have a whole department that handles internet customer orders that ships to individual customers all over the United States. Since Amazon got… Read more >
I have been working for over fifteen years in the Freeze Central Mills warehouse. Freeze is a national company that distributes clothes with designs to retail stores. We have worked with Disney-licensed clothes, such as T-shirts with images of Mickey Mouse, that are sold online at Amazon and sent to… Read more >
Eva/S & S gave us an employees’ benefit book that says they provide fair treatment for workers. But this is not the reality. There are more than 150 workers in the warehouse, mostly immigrant women. There is a lot of turnover. Workers are fired, without a good reason, and others resigned due to poor working conditions.
I work full-time. Sometimes even 50 hours a week or more. However, I’m not considered a regular employee. They’ve never offered me health insurance; I have no paid time off, not even paid sick days.