On its website, Amazon writes that fulfillment associates help pick, pack and ship customer orders; must be able to lift up to 49 pounds; must be able to stand and walk for 10 to 12 hours and may be required to use “radio frequency scanners” and powered equipment, like a forklift, to receive and move products. The worker said the position was a disappointment as it came with more responsibility, such as training new hires, but no additional pay.
The person claimed to have left Amazon this summer amicably and would consider going back if money got tight. Tortola was employed as a water spider and a “tower,” people who stow inventory, at Amazon from April to July of this year, when he said he left to take a job as a butcher.
Upon an investigation into the warehouse's working conditions, the department found that “the company exposed employees to ergonomic risk factors, including stress from repeated bending at the waist and repeated exertions, and standing during entire shifts up to 10 hours, four days a week and sometimes including mandatory overtime shifts.” She alleged in court papers that after she was diagnosed with carpal tunnel syndrome in early 2016, she requested a transfer, to avoid the heavy lifting needed to be a picker.
On July 11, 2016, Henson said in court papers that she was denied the chance to take on another position and Amazon put her on paid leave. Shortly thereafter, Henson said she got a phone call from an Amazon supervisor who questioned her inability to work.
Last month, crowds lined up outside Amazon's Collinsville fulfillment center to land one of 1,500 open positions at the company's four New Jersey warehouses. Amazon announced last week its plans to create 2,000 new jobs in New York City and open a Manhattan office in 2018.
Earlier this month, Amazon revealed it was searching for a second headquarters in North America, where it will employ another 50,000 workers. Dr. Robert Morris, the poet laureate of Masonry, founded this Order using beautiful and inspiring Biblical examples of heroic conduct and moral values.
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On an iOS device: Download the Amazon Prime Video app and stream content to your Apple TV via AirPlay. You can also use the Amazon Prime Video app on an iOS device or Mac and then stream it to your Apple TV.
Maddy Price / LifewireThe Apple TV (3rd generation) doesn't have an app store, but Amazon Prime Video comes pre-installed on its latest operating system. Click on the Amazon Prime Video icon when you find it to open an information screen.
Choose To install to add the Amazon Prime Video app on your Apple TV. When two people become part of an Amazon household and share payment methods, they can both use Prime Video.
After you install the app, you can use it to stream Amazon Prime videos to your Apple TV as well as browse, watch, and rent your way through the available catalog. Launch the Prime Video app and log in to your account on your mobile device.
Choose the Apple TV you want to stream the movie to (if you have more than one) and tap its name in the dialog box. You can also stream Amazon Prime Video from your Mac to your Apple TV as long as it is running macOS 10.11 or later.
From your web browser, select the movie or TV show you want to watch from Amazon's website. When the movie begins, tap the AirPlay button in the top right corner of the Mac Menu bar (to the left of the volume icon) and select the Apple TV you want to stream the content to.
Tiny houses in Kansas City Give Homeless Veterans a Place to Call Home It's a stinging coupling of words in a nation that prides itself on the reverence placed on military service.
A “chance encounter” at an Olathe movie theater brought Michael Williams, a Wounded Warrior Fellow working for U.S. Rep. Share Davids, into Army veteran recipient Kyle Kjellberg’s life. With the flip of a switch, the Veterans Community Project celebrated the completion of its tiny home village at East 89th Street and Roost Avenue.
What started as a mission to house homeless veterans has grown into a full suite of support services, from medical care to free bus passes. Stephanie Rule speaks with former Missouri Secretary of State and former U.S. Army Intel Officer Jason Wander about what he’s doing about it.
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Most groups assist with children’s ministry, sports, prayer walking, VBS, and light construction projects. Microsoft is working on an ambitious new Xbox game streaming service, backed by the power of its cloud technologies.
Xbox's head and Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Gaming, Phil Spencer, wrapped up its E3 2018 showcase with a tease of products to come. Alongside the first mention of the next Xbox consoles, touched on its plans to debut “console-quality games streaming” in the years ahead.
Reflecting on the technology, Spencer later admitted the service was too costly for the time, with recent progress on Microsoft Azure “changing the economics and quality level.” The newly-assembled team has been tasked with building gaming technologies for Microsoft Azure while supporting major partners like Ubisoft, PUBG Corp., and Tencent.
Microsoft has confirmed plans to merge four custom Xbox consoles stripped-down into modular server blades for its newly-proposed solution. Furthermore, it has already rolled out an early rack of cloud console hardware at its Quincy data center, three hours east of its Seattle headquarters.
These cloud systems are expected to first launch for developers to build games for the service, ahead of the later public release. Several reports now indicate that Microsoft plans to approach game streaming with a new hybridized solution, delivering a blend of both local and cloud-based processing.
The system would see latency-sensitive aspects of a game handled locally, such as inputs and collision, while other parts, such as graphics-intensive outputs, would be backed by the cloud. New “Cloud Aware” APIs will allow developers to build upon existing Xbox One code with device-aware features, only enabled when streaming a title.
It could range from minor user interface tweaks to account for smaller, touch-enabled screens, or completely reworking gameplay to consider those without consoles. These remote instances aren't linked to profiles, allowing players to seamlessly “boot” and request these preloaded titles, without perceptible initial load time.
Various rival services have attempted and failed to gain traction over the years, with major flaws still present in current technologies. Most services stream raw video data and controller inputs over the internet, which causes notable latency even on top-tier networks.
Microsoft's early demos of Project cloud have featured Samsung Galaxy S8 Android phones, with a dedicated app expected for these devices. While Project cloud will offer a default layout for all titles, early proofs-of-concept showed how adaptive button arrangements could allow for truly tailored input, familiar to avid mobile gamers.
Our sources have told us that early versions of the Scarlett cloud units might feature fiber-optic internet ports to help developers test and simulate different types of networking environments too. We've already seen Fora Horizon 4, Halo 5: Guardians, Gears of War 4, Sea of Thieves, and Cup head streaming live via the technology.
In Microsoft's initial announcement for Project cloud, it touched on the seamless onboarding process for game developers. Microsoft is yet to discuss release dates for its game streaming service, however, plans to offer “public trials” in 2019.
In 2017, Phil Spencer estimated the Xbox streaming service will hit the market “in the next three years” setting its full release date for 2020, or prior.