For employees, though, it means showing up to work every day with the knowledge that you are always disposable. You are at least one entity removed from the company where you work, and you are only as good as your last recorded input in a computerized performance monitoring system. In the event that something goes wrong in your life — illness, injury, a family crisis — you have few, if any, protections.
The Life and Death of an Amazon Warehouse Temp
The Huffington Post

Here’s a great, succinct description of the issues temp/contract workers are dealing with today. It sounds like these folks are being treated like robots — not living, breathing, feeling human beings.

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