Unions say Amazon does not respect workers

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 19 – Unions representing workers in Italy
involved in the Amazon supply chain said Friday they are staging
a one-day strike on Monday because the online retail giant is
not respecting workers.
    “They are indispensable workers but they are not treated as
such,” said the CGIL, CISL and UIL-trasporti unions in an “appeal letter” to the public before the strike of around 40,000
    “It is a question of respect, of dignity for male and female
workers, of safety for us and for you”.
    The letter said that, among other things, Amazon drivers have to “follow the instructions of an algorithm” and delver up to
180/200 packages a day. (ANSA).


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