Amazon workers in 20 countries - including the US, UK, and several in the EU - are planning protests and work stoppages on Black Friday.
The shopping-centric day is among Amazon's busiest all year, BBC reported.
It is backed by a coalition of labour groups, trade unions, grassroots campaigns and non-profit-making organisations in individual countries.
In the UK, that includes the:
Trades Union Congress
International Transport Workers' Federation
Labour Behind the Label
Amazon workers will be staging protests at Amazon buildings in Coalville, Leicestershire, Coventry, Peterborough and at its London headquarters.
Worldwide, nearly 50 organisations have signed up to a list of "common demands", published by the Make Amazon Pay coalition, which include:
* raising warehouse workers' pay and adding hazard pay and peak time increments
* halting worker "surveillance" and strict productivity targets
* extending sick leave and improving Covid-19 tracking and reporting
* ending casual employment status and "union-busting" activities
* paying taxes without using loopholes or tax havens