@firstname.lastname@example.org this is one of the worst things I've ever read
It's like the bullshit that happens in a club on New Years Eve, except you're stone sober and surrounded by boss-cops.
@radicalrobit @email@example.com "swag bucks" no that's scrip, they have a company store, wtf
@nuttgodd poor nutt, no, no it isn't
@radicalrobit @johnrandom back in 2009 i used to use swagbucks which is like a search engine that randomly pays you a fraction of ad revenue they get (they do 1-2% cashback on certain online shops too, stuff like that)
anyway i redeemed a few hundred dollars' worth of amazon gift certificates with the swagbucks i earned over the years, which is somehow a better deal than the "swag bucks" that actual amazon employees get, huh
@radicalrobit @firstname.lastname@example.org you know what would pump me up more? CASH. Cheddar on the nachos, Mula, greenbacks.
@whiskeysailor how about some more scrip? would ya like some more scrip?
@radicalrobit honestly a pizza party would be nice...
Using swag bucks, workers can buy items like T-shirts, lanyards, and
water bottles from Amazon. The company currency is available all
year round, but sources told Business Insider there's more up for
grabs during peak, especially during what's known as "power hours."
Power hours are when managers try to pump up warehouse workers
to work even harder for 60 minutes, sometimes motivating them by
saying workers in other departments have been talking smack or
outperforming them. At the end of the hour, staff members can be
rewarded with swag bucks or prizes.
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