In a recently published global survey and in interviews with the World Socialist Web Site, Amazon workers described their dangerous and inhuman working conditions.
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The strike demonstrates the willingness of Amazon workers to fight for significantly improved wages and conditions. But the GMB union has nothing in common with these aims.
The fulfillment center at Martorelles, opened in October 2017, is to close on April 22, threatening 800 jobs amid a global onslaught on tech and e-commerce jobs.
The craven worship of billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos by members of the Māori elite highlights the fact that the fundamental division in society is not race, but class.
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Working in close concert with management, the union effectively ambushed the workers, forcing them to immediately vote on a contract they had not seen.
Elect rank-and-file committees and organize for a re-vote of both the ratification vote and the national officers election! There must be rank-and-file oversight of both elections!
Quebec's hard-right CAQ government is determined to impoverish public sector employees, cut social spending and privatize public services.
Rank-and-file Committee at Renault-Nissan plant in India opposes union attempt to ram through wage-cutting contract
Fearing growing rank-and-file anger over their inaction, the unions have connived with Renault-Nissan management to ambush us—forcing us to vote on an agreement that we haven’t seen, let alone studied and discussed.