The Campaign So Far
For more than a decade GMB has been campaigning for Amazon workers to be treated fairly - with dignity and respect.
GMB members are leading the fight to make work better in Amazon, campaigning for union recognition and a proper pay rise.
Yet Amazon workers earn just pennies above the minimum wage, face brutal working conditions and are under constant surveillance in the company’s distribution centres.
Amazon workers deserve their fair share of the profits they create, and they deserve to be treated with respect at work.
That's why workers at Amazon sites across the country are joining GMB and taking historic strike action in their campaign for union recognition and a proper pay rise.
Amazon workers at warehouse in Tilbury, Essex have walked out over poor a pay offer.
During the height of the pandemic Amazon scooped almost £150 million in taxpayer cash.
Mick Rix, GMB National Officer, said:.
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