Amazon reaches an agreement with California to Pay $500000 over Covid notiffications
Amazon has reached a settlement with the state of California on allegations that it withheld information about COVID-19 cases from its employees.

The state’s attorney general announced on Monday Inc  had reached an agreement with California to resolve charges that disguised the number of people infected with COVID-19 from warehouse workers and local health officials. California has charged Amazon with violating Assembly Bill 685, a state” right-to-know” law that requires the company to keep employees informed about the spread of COVID-19 and disclose information regarding safety strategies and coronavirus-related benefits by September 2020. Attorney General Rob Bonta claimed that by keeping tens of thousands of warehouse workers and government agencies in the dark, Amazon made it impossible to effectively track the contagion’s progress. Amazon promised to notify California storehouse workers within one day of the exact number of new COVID-19 cases in their workplaces as part of the settlement. In addition, the Seattle- based firm will pay$ to assist in the enforcement of state consumer protection laws. In consenting to the settlement, Amazon didn’t admit any wrongdoing or culpability. It was filed with the California Superior Court in Sacramento and must be approved by a judge. In a dispatch, Amazon prophet Barbara Agrait said, “We are delighted to have this handled and to see that the AG identified no substantial concerns with the safety procedures in our installations.” According to the nonprofit National Employment Law Project, at least 14 states in the United States have approved comprehensive COVID-19 worker safety provisions.
Amazon has been corrected in the workplace for its treatment of COVID-19.
The corporation is appealing a decision by a New York state judge last month to dismiss a case filed by New York Attorney General Letitia James over worker safety at two fulfillment centers in the city.