Net giant ‘puts profit above all’
Wednesday 9th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
GMB takes legal action on behalf of bogus self-employed lorry drivers
Saturday 1st Apr 2017
SCOTTISH government Economy Secretary Keith Brown confronted Amazon bosses yesterday over poor working conditions at its distribution depot in Dunfermline.
Mr Brown said it was “only right” that he met Amazon bosses after concerns over the treatment of staff were raised at...
Tuesday 20th Dec 2016
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
Black Friday protest highlights abysmal working conditions
Saturday 26th Nov 2016
Amazon’s anti-union policy is rooted in a culture of ruthless exploitation and utter disregard for human rights. It needs to be exposed, confronted and combated steadfastly, writes TAM KIRBY
Friday 25th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
Retail union GMB accused internet shopping giant Amazon yesterday of seeking redundancies at a number of its British sites by “bypassing the law.”
The union said that staff were being offered a lump sum of £3,500 to leave — less than the legal minimum.
Friday 6th Mar 2015
Wednesday 10th Dec 2014
posted by Morning Star in World
Verdi members hit key pre-Christmas period
Monday 8th Dec 2014
It doesn’t want to pay its taxes, it doesn’t want to pay a living wage, it doesn’t want to pay publishers, distributors or authors – it’s time to act, says JIM JEPPS
Friday 28th Nov 2014
Tuesday 23rd Sep 2014