Amazon workers’ worldwide Prime Day strikes

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This 16 July 2019 video from the USA says about itself:

Some Amazon Workers Go On Strike As Prime Day Begins | NBC Nightly News

As Amazon rolls out hundreds of deals, warehouse workers walked off the job, calling for safer workplace conditions and less strenuous standards to meet the huge demand for free two-day shipping.

By Kayla Costa in the USA:

Amazon workers internationally protest against conditions on Prime Day

16 July 2019

Thousands of warehouse and tech workers in the United States, the UK, Germany, Poland and Spain are engaged in strikes and demonstrations on Amazon “Prime Day”, a shopping holiday created by the online retail giant to promote sales through discounts to subscribers of its Amazon Prime membership.

This year, Amazon extended Prime Day from 36 to 48 hours. The one-trillion-dollar corporation headed by CEO Jeff Bezos expects to rake in more than $5 billion in sales…

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