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In July 2018 the Observer reported that:
"Amazon’s European workforce is fed up, so it’s taking action during the site’s biggest week of the year....

Each nation has a particular grievance against Jeff Bezos’ behemoth.
Polish workers say an anti-strike law has made it impossible to negotiate better salaries.
German employees have been fighting for a collective bargaining agreement for two years.
In Italy, Amazon routinely hires contract workers who aren’t required to have benefits.
Amazon’s Spanish leaders unilaterally imposed working conditions when a previous collective bargaining agreement expired.
England and France have imposed demanding measures on time and efficiency, meaning workers have to process 300 items an hour and pee in bottles. Workers were also penalized for taking sick days and time off during pregnancies."

The company lost a mark under Worker's Rights.


Amazon boycott (22 August 2018)