Amazon policies for delivery drivers reportedly include rules on body odor, personal grooming, and social media restrictions

Posted On: Jun 14, 2021   |   Posted By: Business Insider

Amazon policies for delivery drivers reportedly include rules on body odor, personal grooming, and social media restrictions

Summary List Placement Amazon work rules regulate delivery drivers' personal grooming and social media habits, according to a recent report from Bloomberg on Wednesday.
The company dictates specifics, including body odor and the appearance of fingernails and hair, to social media posts, Bloomberg found in an updated version of the company's policies that govern small delivery companies.
While the company's delivery drivers wear an Amazon logo, many are actually employed by small independent businesses that Amazon calls Delivery Service Partners.
According to Bloomberg, the contracts between the small companies and the e-commerce giant can change at any time based on Amazon's needs.
"Personal grooming must be maintained at an acceptable level, including but not limited to prevention of unpleasant breath or body odor, modest perfume/cologne, and clean teeth, face/ears, fingernails and hair," the policy states.
Drivers are also required to avoid posting anything on social media that Amazon would deem...

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