Amazon employees in 20 countries are preparing to strike on Black Friday as part of the "Make Amazon Pay" campaign.
The campaign includes a coalition of 70 organizations, including Greenpeace, Oxfam, and Amazon Workers International.
The protests come amid mounting dissent from Amazon employees over working condition and union busting.
Amazon employees around the world are preparing to strike on Black Friday in an effort to improve working conditions and demand accountability from top executives.
Workers and activists in more than 20 countries are expected to protest as part of a campaign led by "Make Amazon Pay," a coalition of 70 trade unions and organizations including Greenpeace, Oxfam, and Amazon Workers International.
The protests come amid growing dissent from Amazon employees over working conditions, including long hours, low pay, and complex performance review systems.
As part of the Make Amazon Pay effort, the campaign also accused Amazon of dodging taxes. »