reifman writes: All of the former Amazon employees who spoke to the New York Times on the record placed their future careers at risk. The stories from some of the women brave enough to speak out were chilling and reflect evidence of misogyny within Amazon. Bezos had asked Amazon employees to immediately report any such behavior and suggested that there would be zero tolerance for it. Yet, shortly after, his spokesman Jay Carney publicly attacked those brave enough to speak to reporters, which only underscored their point. One commentator wrote that Carney's actual intent was to intimidate remaining employees from speaking up, an echo of the initial attacks on Bill Cosby's accusers. Here are seven ways Bezos can encourage women to join Amazon.