The Normandy Project

Posted on: December 26, 2019
The Normandy Project / Amazon Distribution Center Deland / Civil Trial Attorneys / Orlando Oviedo Winter Springs Sanford Lawyers / Beers and Gordon P.A.The biggest news to hit Central Florida was along the I-4 Corridor, with residents in the area finally able to confirm their suspicions about the aforementioned “Normandy Project,” that an Amazon Distribution Center would, in fact, be opening up in Deltona by next November with several hundred new jobs opening up to those needing work. For some time now, Amazon has been the most popular place for retail shoppers to buy goods, with a revenue that more than doubles its nearest competitor. But some argue that efficient popularity, with boxes showing up at our front doors within hours of purchase, comes at a price.

When it comes to Fortune 500 companies, where people enjoy, or at least speak highly of their working environment and their regular employer, Amazon hasn’t cracked the Top 100 in the last several years. High production rates have led to a higher than acceptable injury rate for distribution and warehouse workers. A number of organizations have reported or cited unsafe working conditions.

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