Facebook content moderators say Dublin office is unsafe
Staff employed to monitor disturbing material have expressed concerns following confirmation of cases of Covid-19 in Sandyford
At a recent town hall meeting for Facebook content moderators in Dublin, one worker broke down in tears amid a discussion on how Covid-19 restrictions were affecting the workplace.
“We don’t have anybody here, we are so under pressure and every single morning I’m thinking to myself: is it worth it, working at the moment?” she said, as her voice began to crack.
“You know, we are foreigners so...
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