Amazon workers in the UK will hold a three-day strike during Prime Day




According to foreign media reports, Amazon Coventry warehouse will hold another three-day strike in the next week. About 900 Amazon workers plan to participate in the strike. This strike will hold two hours of protest activities on the morning and evening of July 11th, July 12th, and July 13th, respectively.


The main reason why the workers proposed a strike is due to salary issues. They demand that Amazon provide more fair salary benefits and better working conditions. According to the GMB union, Amazon's workers have been providing high-quality services to customers, but their wages and benefits have not been treated fairly. The union called on Amazon to take workers' demands seriously and take measures to improve their wages and benefits. Amazon's labor relations have been highly controversial. Some people believe that Amazon's attitude towards workers is unfair, with difficult working conditions and low wages. Amazon claims to provide good salary and benefits, as well as career development opportunities for workers. Whether the workers' protest actions can prompt Amazon to take measures to improve wages, and whether workers can strive for more fair wages and working conditions will become the focus of attention.


Prime Day is one of its important annual promotions. During this event, Amazon provided a large number of discounts and discounts, attracting millions of users to participate in shopping. This strike coincides with the Prime Day promotion (July 11-12) and may affect Amazon's delivery efficiency and Prime Day promotion, as the workers participating in the strike will be an important component of Amazon's delivery system, leading customers to choose to shop on other platforms. The workers' strike has also sparked widespread attention to labor relations at Amazon and other large technology companies.


Despite some challenges faced by Amazon Prime Day, including inflationary pressures, competitor promotions, and strikes, sellers are still expected to achieve a rebound in sales through this promotion. However, with Amazon's vast user base and strong logistics capabilities, there are still many consumers looking forward to opportunities to snap up discounts.


Moreover, the five-year contract between UPS and Teamsters Truck Drivers Association in the United States is about to expire on July 31st, and recent negotiations have failed to reach an agreement. If the negotiation cannot be satisfied again, the Amazon Coventry warehouse strike may lead to the United States' strike march, which may take place on August 1.


Despite some challenges faced by Amazon Prime Day, including inflationary pressures, competitor promotions, and strikes, sellers are still expected to achieve a rebound in sales through this promotion. However, with Amazon's vast user base and strong logistics capabilities, there are still many consumers looking forward to opportunities to snap up discounts.


Whether it's promotions on Amazon Prime Day or other platforms, Amazon sellers who sell products on Amazon Europe should continue to pay attention to this situation, respond flexibly, improve risk resistance, and avoid sales being affected. Simultaneously providing high-quality products and services to attract more shoppers' attention.




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