Amazon workers in the UK and Ireland should be allowed to speak and form unions "without fear," according to the Unite union.
He said the shopping giant, which faces allegations of poor working conditions, often tries to curb the organization of unions in its warehouses.
"Without fear or hindrance"
Unite called on the purchasing giant to sign a "neutrality statement" guaranteeing British and Irish workers that they would not try to stop organizing trade unions.
He noted that in September 2020, Amazon published two job offers for intelligence analysts to monitor the "organizational threats" of work in the United States. The ads were later downloaded.
She also cited Spanish media reports claiming that Amazon had used private detectives to spy on a warehouse strike near Barcelona on Black Friday in 2019. The purchasing company at the time called the claim "irresponsible and incorrect."