"I'm hoping for change. I'm hoping for more time with our children...It's not fair. We are human beings too," Frito-Lay worker Esther Fanning said.
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Some workers say they have been forced to work 12-hour shifts, seven days a week, including “suicide shifts” where there are only eight hours between the last shift worked and the next shift.

“When a co-worker collapsed and died, you had us move the body and put in another co-worker to keep the line going.”

“While it’s unclear what incident the associate may be referring to, we are aware of only two instances in the last five years in which an individual has experienced a medical emergency at the plant that unfortunately resulted in that individual passing away. In both cases, medical attention was initially provided at the plant and work ceased until the associates were safely on the way to the hospital.”

Translation: “Only two people have died from working here in the las five years.”

I thought there was at least some semblance of labor laws in the US but this looks super bad. Had no idea it was like this.

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only two instances in the last five years in which an individual has experienced a medical emergency at the plant that unfortunately resulted in that individual passing away

Holy fuck that’s a greasy sentence

“Not to brag or anything, but only two people has died in the chips factory the last 5 years.”

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Holy shit they’re fucking chips take a fucking break capitalism

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