- Amazon said only 15 of its employees participated in a planned strike outside one of the Minnesota stores.
- "It was obvious to the 1500 full-time work that an external organization used Prime Day to increase its own visibility, provoked misinformation and a few affiliated votes to work for their benefit, and stood on political rhetoric to increase media attention,"
- As some employees protested, Amazon made a video of warehouse workers celebrating Prime Day.
An Amazon worker in Minnesota was a flop, according to Amazon.
The company said late Monday that only 15 Amazon employees participated in the strike outside the store in Shakopee, Minnesota, which was scheduled to coincide with Prime Day, one of Amazon's biggest shopping events this year.
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The strike marked the first time that Amazon employees in the United States have planned a major move towards the company's working conditions. It was scheduled to start on Monday afternoon and last six hours.
CNBC reported that there were about 75 people outside the Shakopee store at 17:00. ET Monday, chanting "Amazon, hear our voice!" and "We work, we sweat, Amazon workers need a rest!"
While some employees participated in the strike, Amazon discussed a video on Monday when the storekeepers danced and celebrated Prime Day.
This year's Prime Day is expected to generate $ 5.8 billion globally, according to Coresight Research.