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Accountability Wiki, a wiki for consumers and workers
Welcome to Accountability Wiki!
A wiki for consumers and workers to track the good, bad, commendable, and reprehensible behavior of companies and other organizations.

This wiki's creation was inspired by the wide range of reactions by companies and other organizations around the world to the COVID-19 pandemic. While consumers and workers have long memories, wikis have even longer memories.

This wiki's basic goal is to inform consumers about greedy or other harmful actions being taken by organizations as well as the positive actions being taken.

You are welcome to add information about any organizations around the world. However, all information added must have a citation or it will be removed.


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Amazon has been accused of firing an employee on 31 March 2020 (WHO.svg+20 dayssrc) for leading a worker protest demanding better protects during the COVID-19 pandemic. The company alleges they fired the employee for ignoring COVID-19 quarantine procedures. On 02 April 2020 memos leaked indicating the prior to firing the employee an Amazon executive referred to them as being "not smart or articulate".


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The Target Corporation announced on 20 March 2020 (WHO.svg+9 dayssrc) that they would be temporarily increase employees pay by US$2 an hour, providing bonuses between US$250 and US$1,500 to 20,000 hourly workers who manage individual departments within stores, and providing 30 days of paid leave to employees who have underlying health conditions or who are 65 or older. The company also announced that they would be donating US$10 million to local and national organizations to support COVID-19 relief efforts.