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Monitoring of strikes in Amazon’s transportation section reaches 85%

Date: April 24, 2024 Time: 08:55:10

The monitoring of partial stoppages this Monday at Amazon transport centers in Spain reaches 85% in the afternoon shift, as union sources have informed Europa Press.

Specifically, more than 5,000 Amazon Road Transport workers are called to strike this Monday, the date on which ‘Cyber ​​Monday’ is celebrated, and on Tuesday, in this subsidiary of the e-commerce giant.

A follow-up of these strikes has reached 90% in the night shift, as reported by sources from CCOO, the union that has called this partial strike, to Europa Press.

For its part, Amazon, which has not offered data on the monitoring of these strikes, has once again shown its “pride” in the salaries, benefits and “safe” working conditions it provides in Spain, as well as the “great work” of its workers to serve all its customers.

In this way, sources from the multinational have reiterated to Europa Press that the “immense majority” of its teams continue to work “normally”, which is why they assure that “there will be no impact” for clients.

Partial strike

This Saturday, CCOO announced its decision to maintain the partial strikes called in all Amazon Road Transport Spain work centers, focused on transportation, during the last hour of work of each shift, between 00:01 on November 27 and at 02:00 a.m. on November 28, 2023.

However, the union called off the strikes of one hour per shift at its subsidiary Amazon Spain Fulfillment, dedicated to warehouses, which were also planned for these days, after reaching an agreement, after almost 14 hours of negotiation with the Company in the Interconfederal Mediation and Arbitration Service (SIMA), in which it has achieved its commitment to adopt improvements in matters related to occupational health and payroll problems.

For its part, the Fetico Independent Trade Union Confederation stressed this Monday that they continue to maintain the demonstrations made in the works councils not to support said strikes.

Specifically, Fetico has considered that, after the SIMA mediation, where the union proposed joint measures with the rest of the competing union organizations, “there is no solution to the problems raised and that the centers currently have.”

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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