Amazon Workers in Minnesota Plan Prime Day Strike

Amazon warehouse workers in Minnesota plan to strike during next week’s Prime Day shopping extravaganza.
Workers at a Shakopee, Minn., fulfillment center have arranged a six-hour work stoppage on July 15—day one of the retail giant’s 48-hour summer sale.
“Amazon is going to be telling one story about itself, which is they can ship a Kindle to your house in one day, isn’t that wonderful,” strike co-coordinator William Stolz told Bloomberg.
“We want to take the opportunity to talk about what it takes to make that work happen,” he continued, “and put pressure on Amazon to protect us and provide safe, reliable jobs

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