“Momazonians,” or mothers working at Amazon, want coverage when child care falls through.
Amazon, one of the most powerful companies in the world, makes about $232.89 billion every year. An enormous tech entity that includes a massive e-commerce business, a cloud computing platform, a fleet of cargo airplanes, and its very own shopping holiday, Amazon wields enough power that it can make cities bow down at the prospect of housing one of its campuses. It employs more than 560,000 people around the globe, with over 45,000 working out of its corporate headquarters in Seattle.
But for all of its power, cash, and office perks, there are still many things Amazon doesn’t give its employees; one of them is help with emergency child care. And this is something a group of moms working at Amazon is currently fighting for.
According to an internal memo viewed by Bloomberg, a group of employees who…