Amazon wants to help its workers stress and mental health problems. The company plans to put special booths its warehouses to help workers relax. They are called "wellness chambers". The booths are part a new scheme called "WorkingWell". Workers can sit a booth and watch videos relaxation. Amazon has said the chambers are part a system called "AmaZen". Zen is a practice whereby people meditate and focus being calm. The company said: "During shifts, employees can visit AmaZen stations and watch short videos featuring easy-to-follow well-being activities, including guided meditations...and calming scenes sounds."
Not all was calm and Zen-like social media after Amazon shared a video the AmaZen chamber its Twitter account. Many social media users criticised the video and the idea the wellness chamber. Most the criticism was because working conditions Amazon's warehouses. Britain's Independent newspaper reported an Amazon worker who said the chambers would not work. The worker described his experiences working at Amazon. He said: "You don't get treated a person. They work you a robot… You don't have time to...get water. You don't have time to go to the bathroom." Amazon said: "The health and safety employees is [our] number one priority and has been since day one.