Open Letter to Jeff Bezos and Stefano Perego

Addressing the Pandemic at Amazon April 30, 2020 Jeff Bezos and Stefano Perego: Amazon Workers International is a cross-border coalition of Amazon warehouse employees from different shop floor organizations and countries, including Germany, Poland, Spain, France, Slovakia and the United States. We have been meeting regularly since 2015 to exchange information and coordinate actions like … Continue reading Open Letter to Jeff Bezos and Stefano Perego

Amazon Workers International: Common Statement

While the Corona pandemic has already killed thousands of people and will kill many more, Amazon warehouses continue to operate 24/7. Governments around the world order social distancing, but at the same time they force workers to continue to work. Amazon packages flow through cities that, due to the high spread of the virus, have … Continue reading Amazon Workers International: Common Statement

Black Friday: Workers Across the Globe are Uniting

Press Release from Amazon Workers for Black Friday, November 2019 This Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon workers across the globe will once again process the millions of orders that consumers make in preparation for the holiday season, or as Amazon calls it, Peak Season. Whenever an item is purchased on Amazon, it is touched … Continue reading Black Friday: Workers Across the Globe are Uniting

Invitation to the Cross-Border Meeting of Amazon Workers in Leipzig in September 2019

Dear Amazon colleagues and supporters, we cordially invite you to the next Cross-border Meeting of Amazon Workers that will take place from September 27 to 29, 2019, in Leipzig/Germany. This is a rank-and-file meeting organized by workers themselves. We want to exchange information, plan mutual support and find common strategies for our fight for better … Continue reading Invitation to the Cross-Border Meeting of Amazon Workers in Leipzig in September 2019

Final declaration of the Cross-border meeting of Amazon workers – Poznań March 2019

The eighth international meeting of Amazon workers took place from March 15th to March 17th of 2019. More than 50 workers and supporters from Spain, France, Poland and Germany and six trade unions met in Poznań to exchange information and plan further joint actions: As decided at the last meeting, for the first time information … Continue reading Final declaration of the Cross-border meeting of Amazon workers – Poznań March 2019

Invitation to the Amazon Workers’ Cross-Border Meeting in Poznan, March 2019

Dear fellow Amazon workers and supporters, we kindly invite you to our next Amazon Workers’ Cross-Border Meeting that will take place in Poznan (West Poland) from Friday, March 15, until Sunday, March 17, 2019. This is a grassroots meeting organized by workers themselves to exchange information, to support each other in our local struggles, and … Continue reading Invitation to the Amazon Workers’ Cross-Border Meeting in Poznan, March 2019

Final statement of the cross-border meeting of Amazon workers – Bad Hersfeld, September 28–30, 2018

About 25 workers and supporters from Poland, Germany, France and the USA met for the seventh cross-border meeting since 2015 (the first meeting in 2015 also took place in Bad Hersfeld). The meeting began with reports from the different warehouses. For instance: Wages in Poland were raised again: the hourly wage before tax has increased … Continue reading Final statement of the cross-border meeting of Amazon workers – Bad Hersfeld, September 28–30, 2018

September 2018: Invitation to the “Amazon Workers’ Cross-border Meeting” in Bad Hersfeld, Germany

The next “Amazon Workers’ Cross-border Meeting” will take place from Friday, September 28, to Sunday, September 30, 2018, in Bad Hersfeld, Germany. Amazon workers from different countries have met several times since 2015 to discuss their situation and coordinate actions. In Bad Hersfeld we will focus on the experiences of recent strikes, the Safe Package … Continue reading September 2018: Invitation to the “Amazon Workers’ Cross-border Meeting” in Bad Hersfeld, Germany