Friday’s count yielded more votes against unionizing with the RWDSU, but the union targeted Amazon’s conduct in the run-up to the vote.
The public vote count for whether the U.S. will see its first Amazon labor union in Bessemer, Ala. has begun — and it’s already heated.
The Worker Rights Consortium believes the overall sum to be much higher given the millions of garment workers terminated globally.
“The importance of this election transcends this one warehouse. It even transcends Amazon — it’s really about the future of work,” said Stuart Appelbaum, president of RWDSU.
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