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Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.

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Edited by: "lju" 30th Mar
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Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.

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Edited by: "lju" 30th Mar
lju30/03/2020 09:01

Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to …Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.


Don’t care as long as it’s cheap
Another company that doesn't care about its employees
Ice cold from me
lju30/03/2020 09:01

Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to …Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.https://www.gmb.org.uk/campaign/asos-shut-up-shop


I checked Twitter and there is a post saying the factory was inspected by the council and passed the inspection in accordance with new social distancing measures. Is there something I'm missing?
lju30/03/2020 09:01

Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to …Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.https://www.gmb.org.uk/campaign/asos-shut-up-shop


Yet I see you've posted and liked countless deals from Amazon. Have a read online and see what the working conditions are like for those employees before you try and educate people.
beaster830/03/2020 09:36

Yet I see you've posted and liked countless deals from Amazon. Have a read …Yet I see you've posted and liked countless deals from Amazon. Have a read online and see what the working conditions are like for those employees before you try and educate people.


I have not ordered anything from Amazon during the lockdown, and will not for the same reason.

Look for the videos showing hundreds of employees at ASOS, exiting at the same time through 6 turnstiles.

Look for the number of times Ambulances have been called out.

New clothes are not essential at this time. People should be at home. Would you be happy to go work there? Or happy if your family were told to work there?

And if you do order, who delivers it? Again poor workers who are going out to deliver goods, putting themselves at risk, to bring you new clothes that you can only wear in the house.
dried_blueberry30/03/2020 09:34

I checked Twitter and there is a post saying the factory was inspected by …I checked Twitter and there is a post saying the factory was inspected by the council and passed the inspection in accordance with new social distancing measures. Is there something I'm missing?


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Social distancing?
lju30/03/2020 09:39

I have not ordered anything from Amazon during the lockdown, and will not …I have not ordered anything from Amazon during the lockdown, and will not for the same reason.Look for the videos showing hundreds of employees at ASOS, exiting at the same time through 6 turnstiles.Look for the number of times Ambulances have been called out.New clothes are not essential at this time. People should be at home. Would you be happy to go work there? Or happy if your family were told to work there?And if you do order, who delivers it? Again poor workers who are going out to deliver goods, putting themselves at risk, to bring you new clothes that you can only wear in the house.


Your tweet links to nothing and I'm guessing most of the news you're reading is just fake. There is a tweet by them saying the council inspected it a couple of days ago and passed. I believe an inspection over some random tweets. I'm all for getting mad (cheers my protein for cancelling my anti bac) but I need proof.

Also you do realise the government wants online businesses to stay open right?
lju30/03/2020 09:01

Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to …Have a look on Twitter etc about the conditions employees are having to work in before ordering anything from ASOS.https://www.gmb.org.uk/campaign/asos-shut-up-shop


People like you
dried_blueberry30/03/2020 09:55

Your tweet links to nothing and I'm guessing most of the news you're …Your tweet links to nothing and I'm guessing most of the news you're reading is just fake. There is a tweet by them saying the council inspected it a couple of days ago and passed. I believe an inspection over some random tweets. I'm all for getting mad (cheers my protein for cancelling my anti bac) but I need proof.Also you do realise the government wants online businesses to stay open right?


Try this link. dailymail.co.uk/vid…tml

Ignore the article, watch the video. The tweet I linked to was from the local councillor with the video attached.

The Government is quite clear that we should stay at home unless absolutely necessary. Are clothes a necessity? They might be to you, but not to me.
Will we now get folk posting each individual item so they can get some heat?
lju30/03/2020 10:15

Try this link. …Try this link. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/coronavirus/video-2138878/Video-Asos-warehouse-workers-fail-practice-social-distancing.htmlIgnore the article, watch the video. The tweet I linked to was from the local councillor with the video attached.The Government is quite clear that we should stay at home unless absolutely necessary. Are clothes a necessity? They might be to you, but not to me.


You're boycotting because some people left a building with less than a 2m gap between them. I really hope you haven't walked near anyone within less than a 2m gap in the last 3 months or you should have a guilty conscience.

You didn't address my point, the government has told online business they should stay open. They encourage this. And if you can't work from home then you have to go in and at work practice social distancing which the council inspected and said the factory does.
Edited by: "dried_blueberry" 30th Mar
dried_blueberry30/03/2020 10:36

You're boycotting because some people left a building with less than a 2m …You're boycotting because some people left a building with less than a 2m gap between them. I really hope you haven't walked near anyone within less than a 2m gap in the last 3 months or you should have a guilty conscience.You didn't address my point, the government has told online business they should stay open. They encourage this. And if you can't work from home then you have to go in and at work practice social distancing which the council inspected and said the factory does.


I have addressed your point. The Government have said to only go to work if absolutely necessary. ASOS have decided to stay open. The staff have no choice but to go to work or they won't be paid. They are unable to access the 80% of wages as a result.
Why has Next etc closed down?

The video shown is the outside, who knows what's happening inside? Any report by Barnsley Council will have no doubt been "staged" for their visit.

Clothes are not absolutely necessary. If you feel the need to order some new clothes to sit in the house wearing them crack on, I don't.
Edited by: "lju" 30th Mar
lju30/03/2020 10:42

I have addressed your point. The Government have said to only go to work …I have addressed your point. The Government have said to only go to work if absolutely necessary. ASOS have decided to stay open. The staff have no choice but to go to work or they won't be paid. They are unable to access the 80% of wages as a result.Why has Next etc closed down?The video shown is the outside, who knows what's happening inside? Any report by Barnsley Council will have no doubt been "staged" for their visit.Clothes are not absolutely necessary. If you feel the need to order some new clothes to sit in the house wearing them crack on, I don't.


This is my last message as I don't want to get banned for arguing / off topic.

The government told business to stay open if you have/are an online business. This is a fact.

The government told workers to go into work if you can't work from home. This is also a fact.

If you're angry then you're angry at the government as they've told online businesses to stay open - so any business that is open is because the government literally told them to.

p.s. saying everything was staged for the inspection is ludicrous, you've convinced yourself from some tweets that everything is bad when there is 0 evidence to support it - if you're denying legitimate proof to the contrary then I think we're done
Edited by: "dried_blueberry" 30th Mar
Am I missing where you get free delivery?
No FREE delivery for me.
Anyone whos thinks its safe to get clothing from ASOS right now.. Think again.... barnsleychronicle.com/art…rus ASOS ARE NOT FOLLOWING ANY GUIDELINES. THEY HAVE 6 TURNSTYLES WHERE ALL THEIR STAFF GO THROUGH. EACH ONE NEEDS TO USE A BIOMETRIC SCANNER FOR THEIR HAND TO GET IN. THATS THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE TOUCHING THE SAME THING IN A DAY. THE STAFF ARE NOT ALLOWED TO USE PPE AS ITS NOT IN THE UNIFORM. DONT ORDER FROM ASOS.
Edited by: "Jefferzuk" 30th Mar
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