Amazon workers in Germany go on strike

05/14/2013 | Deutsche Welle (Germany)

Workers at Amazon fulfillment centers in Bad Hersfeld and Leipzig, Germany, went on strike Tuesday to push for higher wages and a collective-bargaining agreement for workers at the company's 11 German facilities. According to Amazon, the striking logistics workers are already paid at the upper end of the pay scale for the work they do.

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