It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Amazon warehouses across the country.
And one worker has shown first-hand, behind-the-scenes looks at what it's like to work in an Amazon warehouse during the holiday rush.
TikTok user @cash_flacko's video depicting what an Amazon warehouse looks like during the busiest shipping time of the year has garnered over 866,000 views, nearly 36,000 likes, and 546 comments since being posted a mere five days ago.
In the video, simply captioned "No kizzy #4u 😂😂", the TikToker lists all of the nuisances he runs into as he and his fellow workers put in several hours a day to ensure packages are delivered in the two days that has become a major selling point of the Amazon shopping platform.
You can see the short video here:
No kizzy #4u 😂😂
Other Amazon workers chimed in in the comments.
In the video, which features text overlaying a several snippets throughout the TikToker's shift at the warehouse, some of the complaints read:
"There are Never no parking spaces"
“They be sending you to other departments"
“Half an hour just to get out the parking lot and go home”
These are just a few of the things @cash_flacko published in a series of TikToks recounting what it's like to work at Amazon.
The e-commerce retail giant has often come under fire for the way it treats its warehouse workers. There are several employee accounts that cite workers are unable to leave their posts during a shift to use the lavatory.
@cash_flacko has over 75,000 followers on TikTok and is, perhaps, best known for posting humorous videos detailing his life as an Amazon warehouse employee.
Other, more comedic, videos include showing what it's like when you and your best friend are put on the same shift at work during peak season or when the night shift is clocking out and runs into the workers punching in for the morning shift.
My boy the definition of a tacuache😂😂 #4u @richardtthag
Long 12 hours to go 😏😏 #4u
According to CNN, while Amazon reportedly pays workers time-and-a-half for overtime hours, workers are allegedly mandated to take on extra days during the holiday season in order to meet the shipping demands of customers.
The laborious work and additional hours can be especially taxing on workers during this time of the year.
Based on @cash_flacko's videos, we'd venture to guess these are not a few of his favorite things.