Amazon workers plan global Black Friday strikes, protests

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Amazon workers plan global Black Friday strikes, protests
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Amazon workers plan global Black Friday strikes, protests

Increased salaries, better job security, and improvements to the workplace are among 25 demands published by workers

Amazon workers in 20 countries are preparing to strike or protest on Black Friday as part of the 'Make Amazon Pay' campaign. The campaign group includes 70 trade unions and organisations, includ...

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