Maureen Donnelly said she was forced to hand in her resignation to her Amazon bosses in October last year after just one month of employment. 'I soon learned that only difference between an Amazon warehouse and a third-world sweatshop were the robots...they were treated better' she told the Post. On Monday, more than 100 protestors rallied in front of the building where she briefly worked, demonstrating against harsh working conditions. When Donnelly first secured her job at Amazon, she says she was excited about the prospect that laid ahead but less than 30 days later her 'spirits was crushed'. Amazon has not yet responded to a DailyMail.com request for comment. Daily Mail Luke Kenton 'Robots were treated better than humans': Ex-Amazon employee blasts Jeff
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When Donnelly first secured her job at Amazon, she says she was excited about the prospect that laid ahead but less than 30 days later her 'spirits was crushed'.