Amazon hired an army of employees to say nice things about it on Twitter, and it shows how big its reputation problem has gotten.
These employees are called "FC Ambassadors," and spreading the word about working at Amazon is their full-time job, a company spokesperson said.
Everything the employees say on Twitter is positive, sticking to a few talking points like bathroom breaks and compensation.
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In a statement to Business Insider, Amazon said that the FC Ambassadors are all Amazon employees who have worked in warehouses. »