Then why be unhappy with the unions? They are exercising their legal right to "play" in your words.
I am mad at the player btw in the theft from taxpayer scam. The rules were made by the players union not the game. The players union (i.e. Big business lobby) paid the referees to rig the game so that the poorest had to subsidize the billionaire players. And yeah Amazon is just one of the most brutal players here. It's okay if this doesn't bother you, you see it differently.
Okay you lost me there. Let's leave it at: I think Amazon management stealing tax money from these poor workers is much worse than the workers exercising their right the strike.
To your other point. Amazon does have the choice of shutting its business in Spain for example. They have to pay legally defined severances etc. but yeah they are not forced to do business. Not sure where you got that idea.
I buy Amazon because it's fast, not because my prime account comes with more perks. I frankly can't keep up with the add-ons and usually have a pre-existing service. You can stop writing code and I'd be 100% fine. Just get me that 2-day
What’s hard to understand about it? You don’t get to negotiate terms and perks of employment when you’re hired. Only collective bargaining can do this through an organized union. And to be effective at bargaining, you hit them when they’re vulnerable.
Amazon wants to automate away most of these jobs anyway. Let them fight for it and quit your high horse b*tching about it.
@aGxq40 A bunch of workers in amazon distribution centers walked out when they should have been working. See, it's just like the headline! Workers... at Amazon facilities. "Amazon workers" for short. Where's the clickbait, dickbait?
Unions are much stronger in Europe than in US. They can bring amazon's business to a standstill in the holiday season. If that happens, imagine where the stock is going to go in this market. A 20% drop is not out of question. It will be brutal if they don't make the unions somewhat happy fast.