Amazon employees may get another chance to vote on unionization in Alabama, following an investigation showing the company violated the law.
Tech workers at The New York Times have formed a union, part of an ongoing trend within the tech industry.
Amazon has scored a big win in Alabama, as workers voted not to unionize in the biggest unionization push the company has seen in the US.
As Amazon workers in Alabama vote on unionization, Amazon tried and failed to get approval to install cameras to watch ballot boxes.
Investors are reportedly urging Amazon to stop pressuring workers amid the first-ever vote on unionization by the company’s workers.
Amazon is pulling out all the stops in its efforts to dissuade Alabama warehouse workers from unionizing, even campaigning in the restroom.
Amazon has a complicated relationship with its employees and the latest reports are not likely to help the situation.
In a statement on the company’s blog, CEO Aziz Hasan voiced cautious support. Hasan’s tone is not surprising giving how much Kickstarter opposed the bid, even firing two employees who were organizing such efforts, although the company denies the firings were related.
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