E-commerce large Amazon has been hit with a proposed class motion claiming it failed to offer breaks and enough services for warehouse staff to pump breast milk.
In a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles federal courtroom, Amazon worker Fernanda Torres claimed the 640,000-square-foot warehouse in Beaumont, California the place she works has only one small room the place nursing moms can pump milk.
Torres additionally claimed that staff must take unpaid breaks or go with out pumping on account of Amazon’s tight manufacturing quotas. The lawsuit accuses Amazon of violating federal and California legal guidelines that require employers to provide nursing moms enough breaks to pump milk.
Recently, Amazon has come below growing scrutiny over its remedy of workers. However, Amazon has mentioned that the manufacturing quotas and different targets given to staff are truthful and accomplishable.