Reprinted from Silicon.com.uk by Tom Jowitt on April 29, 2021.
Amazon’s protracted vote over whether to form a trade union at a fulfilment centre in Alabama, may not be over.
Workers at the Bessemer, Alabama facility voted 1,798 to 738 against the project, according to US labour officials. …
On Wednesday Reuters quoted the National Labor Relations Board as saying that evidence submitted by a retail union over Amazon’s alleged conduct at the union election in Alabama “could be grounds for overturning the vote.”
The NLRB will hold a hearing on 7 May to consider objections filed by the Retail Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU). …
Union’s Evidence in Amazon Vote ‘Could be Grounds for Overturning Election,’ US Labor Board Says
Reprinted from Reuters by Nandita Bose on April 28, 2021.