Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, online shopping has seen a surge. People have been buying more and more things online instead of shopping in physical stores and risk being exposed to COVID-19. Recently, Robert Reich, former United States Secretary of Labor, wrote an article for The Guardian wherein he talked about the job complaints he often receives from workers. He cited one such distressing mail from a worker at one of Amazon’s Whole Foods delivery warehouse in New York, who wrote about the problems they face. The article also mentions that thanks to COVID, Jeff Bezos became even richer. Now, Mark Ruffalo has called out Amazon, asking them to be generous with their employees amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Mark Ruffalo is often known for airing his views on Twitter. He often tweets about social issues and is never hesitant to call out those in power. The article by Robert Reich mentioned that the Amazon employee said that safe social distancing is not being followed and that when they express their discomfort to the management, they get yelled at, or are told that they can take a leave of absence without pay. Mark Ruffalo reacted to this article, and wrote, “Dear @amazon, be as expansive and generous with your employees as you are with philanthropy and you will have done something profoundly good.”
Take a look at his tweet below:
Meanwhile, Mark Ruffalo hit the headlines as it was recently confirmed that he would return as The Hulk in the upcoming Marvel Studios series, She-Hulk. Disney Channel tweeted about the same, and wrote, “She-Hulk arrives to the MCU! @TatianaMaslany will portray Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk and Tim Roth returns as the Abomination and Hulk himself, @MarkRuffalo, will appear in the series. Directed Kat Coiro and Anu Valia, She-Hulk is coming to @DisneyPlus.” ALSO READ: Robert Downey Jr, Chris Evans Share Amazing BTS Moments As They Wish Scarlett Johansson And Mark Ruffalo On Their Birthday
Image Source: Instagram/Mark Ruffalo
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