Amazon Warehouse Workers In Alabama Plan Vote On 1st U.S. Union


Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama are getting closer to voting on whether to form the first union at the company here in the U. S. Get more on that from NPR's Alina cell yuk. The National Labor Relations Board has already said the unionization vote should happen at Amazon's warehouse invested more Alabama. Hundreds of workers there had signed cards looking to be represented by the retail, wholesale and department store union. Amazon and response has argued they do not represent the majority of its employees views and touted its pay and benefits. Note. Amazon is among NPR's recent financial supporters. Unions are prominent at Amazon in Europe. But in the US, this could be the first union at one of the country's largest employers. Company, the union and the NLRB be now need to sort out procedural and other disputes before a vote can

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