This is a good suggestion for that innovation, but it is incorrect. But this of course also aims to replace labor with machinery, which leads to a further redistribution between capital and labor in the interest of capital. In addition to saving costs for Bol.com, this saves nothing for the labor factor. The low-quality work carried out is transferred to other low-quality work. When the economy returns to normal, low-quality employment will simply be curtailed.
I don’t know about you, but a picnic shopper like this is mostly on flexible hours in a 24/7 environment with a minimum wage plus 10% (<2000€ per month) with very strong productivity targets where it is the only way up. Good luck living your work life from this perspective. I'm fine with that, I'm on the DC side, winning in the long run (it's not).
The idiot population has only deteriorated in real terms over the past 30 years, the effects being offset only by the increased participation of women in (double-wage) work.
Bol.com’s talk about sustainability is pure marketing bullshit, it’s just about saving costs. By the way, I’m not saying they shouldn’t, but “cut the bullshit around it”
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