The employees at Amazon's San Fernando de Henares facility near Madrid have been demanding better wages and work conditions for months and have already staged strikes this year, to no avail.
Ana Berceruelo of the CCOO union told AFP that 1,800 workers would have the opportunity to join the strike, although it is as yet unclear how many will take part.
The strikes will take place on November 23rd and 24th, or Amazon's mega “Black
Friday” sales bonanza, as well as December 7th, 9th, 15th, and 30th, and January 3rd and
4th — all “days of high workload for Amazon,” she said.
In a statement, Amazon insisted its workers in Spain had “a competitive salary and complete package of benefits,” adding it had created more than 2,000 permanent jobs in the country.