Quotes from the article:
- "Some Amazon managers say they hire people they intend to fire just to meet their turnover goal."
- "The practice is internally called 'hire to fire,' according to three Amazon managers."
- "Amazon employees say the performance-review system gives managers too much power over their careers."
I didn't even know there was such a thing as a "turnover goal". Can someone help me understand why this is legal, and what's the point of a "turnover goal"?