California Law Limits Quotas, Ensures Bathroom Breaks For Amazon Workers: CNBC After Hours

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CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “California Law Limits Quotas, Ensures Bathroom Breaks For Amazon Workers: CNBC After Hours” – below is their description.’s Pippa Stevens brings you the day’s top business news headlines. On today’s show,’s Annie Palmer reports on a new California law that protects warehouse workers’ bathroom breaks and limits unsafe quotas from retailers like Amazon. Plus, drive-thru speed and accuracy dips over the past year.

00:00 – CNBC After Hours, Sept. 23, 2021

0:13 – Stocks recover the week’s losses

0:31 – Twitter adds bitcoin tipping

0:47 – Numbers to know

2:11 – California bolsters warehouse worker protections

4:45 – EU considers USB-C mandate on iPhones

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California Law Limits Quotas, Ensures Bathroom Breaks For Amazon Workers: CNBC After Hours

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