Amazon workers in Germany to strike for better pay

Germany is Amazon’s biggest market after the United States, and Verdi, a leading services sector union, has been organising strikes on and off at Amazon sites in the country since 2013 to protest low pay and poor conditions.

It is unacceptable that a multinational corporation worth billions and (which) makes money hand over fist still refuses to give employees the wage increases that other companies in the industry pay.

Amazon however said in a statement that it offers excellent pay, benefits and career opportunities.

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