Stock-owning warehouse worker asking shareholders to make Amazon slow down
Packages move on a conveyor belt to be shipped at an Amazon fulfillment center in Grapevine, Texas, on December 5, 2018. - Shaban Athuman/Dallas Morning News/TNS

Daniel Olayiwola didn't feel Amazon was listening to his concerns as an employee, so he decided to raise his voice as a shareholder. After spending more than four years working as a picker at Amazon warehouses in Texas and Florida, where he was responsible for gathering the items needed to fill orders, Olayiwola started making videos to document the working conditions at Amazon's fulfillment centers, and call on the company to increase pay and decrease the pace of work. Earlier this year, he bought stock in his employer, opening the door to another way to put pressure on the company and hoping...