The Fight for Workers Rights at

Working for mammoth corporations like Amazon is an unfortunate necessity of life for many workers. Profits and working conditions for the bosses are generous to say the least, while the opposite is true for Amazon’s countless thousands of employees.

Business is booming, and an article in the Financial Times made this absolutely clear: “In 1996, Amazon had $15.8m of net sales. For 2016, that amount was $136bn.” But tragically a similar improvement in basic work place rights has not been forthcoming, which owes much to Amazons longstanding and well-documented opposition to trade unions.



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