House visits, mail-in voting, high turnover, and public declarations of support could all benefit the union in an upcoming union election at Amazon's Bessemer, Alabama warehouse.
The National Labor Relations Board found that Amazon illegally interfered with worker organizing at its Staten Island, New York warehouse in May.
A 'safety' message Amazon sent to it Staten Island warehouse employees on Friday is its latest attempt at union-busting.
The union that attempted to organize an Amazon warehouse facility in Bessemer, Alabama alleges the company engaged in illegal anti-union activities.
The company didn't apologize to its workers for working conditions that forced them to pee into bottles, just to a politician it mocked on Twitter.
Amazon is desperate to seem like a "progressive" workplace despite the evidence ahead of a historic union vote.
During a segment featuring an Alexa device, the talk show host frantically jumped in when his guest asked the speaker how bad Amazon's working conditions were.
"These ads should never have been allowed to run on our service," Twitch said.
Amazon’s lobbying for a $15 minimum wage is a PR boon, hiring strategy, anti-union tactic, and move against competitors all in one.
Mayor Randall Woodfin stopped short of throwing his support behind the Bessemer union drive, but said he would "listen and learn" to workers, and that Amazon should do the same.
Employees are being offered thousands of dollars to leave and never work for Amazon again, weeks before a historic union election.