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But experts said that misrepresents what has happened since November, when Bessemer employees officially asked the NLRB to hold a union election. In European counties, like France, where labor laws more heavily favor workers, some Amazon employees have been able to successfully unionize. In Bessemer, workers had a much tougher road to travel. Once employees took their union drive public, Amazon enlisted expensive "union avoidance" consultants to help kick its union-busting tactics into overdrive. Kochan said the Bessemer union drive was "another clear indication that [US] labor law is broken, perhaps in its current form, beyond repair."
Persons: Bessemer, Rebecca Givan, Tom Kochan, Erin Hatton, Lynne Vincent, Amazon, , John Logan, Vincent, What's, Kochan, Trump, Joe Biden, Joseph Seiner, Republican Sen, Marco Rubio, Alexandria Ocasio, Cortez, Veena Dubal, Dubal, George Floyd's Organizations: Amazon, unionizing, National Labor Relations, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, Bessemer, Rutgers University, MIT, NLRB, University of Buffalo, Syracuse University, Facebook, United States Postal Service, USPS, Department, Union, San Francisco State University, Institute, University of South, Republican, Democratic Rep, UC Hastings, The New York Times, Barnard College Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, France, Bessemer, unionizing, University of South Carolina, Alexandria
The union working with employees will file objections against Amazon's "blatantly illegal actions." Companies are accused of illegal union activity in more than 41% of union drives, according to data. The RWDSU is the union that Amazon workers would join if they vote in favor of a union. According to experts, the battle between Amazon and the RWDSU is playing out like many other union drives. Companies are accused of illegal anti-union activity in more than 40% of union drivesCharges are filed accusing employers of illegal anti-union activity in 41.5% of all union election campaigns, according to the Economic Policy Institute.
Persons: Amazon's, RWDSU, Stuart Appelbaum, Read, Appelbaum, EPI, John Logan, Celine McNicholas, , McNicholas Organizations: Amazon, Wholesale, Department Store Union, National Labor Relations Board, gaslight, US Postal Service, Washington Post, USPS, Economic, Institute, San Francisco State University, Economic Policy Institute Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Bessemer, Alabama
Union leaders had hoped the campaign just outside Birmingham would spark a new era of worker activism, but instead it has illustrated the continued challenges facing the labor movement. But some warehouse workers involved in the Bessemer battle pointed to other shortcomings in the union drive. In each of those cases, as at Amazon, union leaders bet that workers unhappy with wages and working conditions would jump at the chance to have a union go toe-to-toe with management. The retail workers’ union struggled in Bessemer with some of the same challenges that carmakers previously hurled at the auto workers’ union, known as the UAW. Plott, one of the former Amazon workers, said, “You might be in that area for hours and not see a soul.”
Persons: Dustin Chambers, unionize, ’ Denean, , they’re, carmakers, Harry Johnson, Morgan, Lewis, Bockius, , Mark Pearce, Obama, Pearce, Joe Biden, Democratic Sen, Bernie Sanders of, Mike, Andy Levin Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Union, Wholesale, Department Store Union, U.S . Labor Department, Private, Nissan Motor Co, Volkswagen AG, Boeing Co, Amazon, UAW . Car, UAW, Companies, U.S . National Labor Relations Board, Democratic, . Postal Service, Twitter Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, U.S, Birmingham, Bessemer, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, Michigan, Plott
Amazon union drive facing long odds as final votes counted
  + stars: | 2021-04-09 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +2 min
(Reuters) - The union hoping to change U.S. labor history by organizing Amazon.com warehouse employees in Alabama faces a steep uphill slog when vote counting resumes on Friday. Some 1,100 ballots were voted against forming a union, with 463 ballots in favor. Lawyers for Amazon and the union were allowed to question ballots on suspicion of tampering, a voter’s eligibility and other issues. The union says there have been hundreds of contested ballots, making it unclear the number of votes needed to declare a winner. Amazon has said it is following all NLRB rules and wants employees to understand each side of the contest, and that the RWDSU does not represent a majority of its employees’ views.
Persons: Dustin Chambers Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, U.S . Bureau of Labor Statistics, Wholesale, Department Store Union, National Labor Relations Board, Amazon, NLRB Locations: Alabama, Bessemer , Alabama, U.S, Bessemer, America
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) is seeking to represent a bargaining unit of nearly 6,000 workers, which would be the first at an Amazon warehouse in the United States. After the election, RWDSU has the same legal options as Amazon: it could challenge the eligibility of individual voters or allege that coercive conduct by Amazon tainted the election. But Amazon would have to prove that any misconduct was likely to convince workers to vote in favor of the union or abstain. If RWDSU still prevails, Amazon could then refuse to bargain with the union. CAN AMAZON SHUT DOWN THE BESSEMER WAREHOUSE?
Persons: RWDSU, Roger King, Organizations: Reuters, National Labor Relations Board, Inc, Wholesale, Department Store Union, IF AMAZON, Amazon, NLRB, HR, Association Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Alabama, United States, Bessemer, Mississippi
The workers whose labor was all too often been ignored, dismissed or rendered invisible before Covid-19 arrived were suddenly thrust into the spotlight. Of course, these workers were always essential, and the work they do has long been the only thing that keeps our society functioning at what passes for a normal level. Farmworkers and meatpacking plant employees risked it all to prevent major disruptions in the food supply chain, and grocery store workers stood on the front lines to deliver that food into panicked, waiting hands. While grocery store workers were dying, tech moguls Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk made billions; when transit workers were saying goodbye to their colleagues, the former president was golfing, his veins pumped full of exclusive treatments. Unionized grocery store workers have forced major supermarket chains to provide more hazard pay.
Persons: Walmart —, , Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk Organizations: Target, Walmart, Teachers, PRO Locations: City, Bessemer , Alabama
REUTERS/Dustin Chambers/File Photo(Reuters) - Roughly 500 ballots submitted in Amazon.com Inc’s landmark union election have been challenged in a contest that will determine whether an Alabama warehouse becomes the online retailer’s first organized workplace in the United States, people familiar with the matter said. The challenged ballots could take on significance if the union meaningfully closes the gap when additional votes are counted. Representatives for Amazon and the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) challenged the ballots during closed-door election proceedings that lasted more than a week before U.S. officials began publicly counting votes. The union on Wednesday said hundreds of ballots were contested, mostly by Amazon. Of the 3,215 ballots received, workers have so far voted 1,100-463 against forming a union at the warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, after several hours of counting on Thursday.
Persons: Dustin Chambers Organizations: REUTERS, Amazon.com Inc’s, U.S . National Labor Relations, Amazon, Wholesale, Department Store Union, U.S . Bureau of Labor Statistics Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, U.S, Alabama, United States, America
BESSEMER, Ala. — Amazon warehouse workers here were voting overwhelmingly against forming a union Thursday after a monthslong campaign in which labor had hoped to make inroads into the sprawling company. The Bessemer warehouse, which opened in March 2020, is Amazon's first fulfillment center in Alabama. Workers started organizing toward a union vote in August, hoping it would help improve their working conditions. I give it 110 percent every day I go in there, regardless how hard it is, how stressful it is," said Darryl Richardson, a worker at the Bessemer warehouse. RWDSU spokesperson Chelsea Connor said the union received over a thousand inquiries about organizing from Amazon workers at other facilities since the organizing effort began.
Persons: Stuart Appelbaum, Rebecca Givan, Jennifer Bates, Mary Osako, LaVonette Stokes, she's, William, Darryl Richardson, Richardson, Kelly Nantel, Leah Seay, Seay, Givan, Chelsea Connor, Michael Pachter, it's, Ezra Kaplan, Olivia Solon Organizations: unionizing, Amazon, Wholesale, Department Store Union, NLRB, Labor, Rutgers University, Workers, Communication Workers of America, International Association of Machinists, Aerospace Workers, Bessemer, Employees, Rutgers, Wedbush Securities Locations: BESSEMER, Ala, United States, Bessemer, New Jersey, Alabama, Seattle, Delaware, U.S, New York, California, Bessemer , Alabama, San Francisco
Supply chain problems hit cars and ... ketchup packets
  + stars: | 2021-04-09 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.00   time to read: +7 min
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) The price of General Motors ( GM ) cars is going up, and ketchup packets have become impossible to find. But my CNN Business colleague Chris Isidore reports that supplies of vehicles at dealerships are getting extremely tight. See here: America is dealing with a shortage of ketchup packets after experiencing a boost in to-go orders. Disney Parks Chairman Josh D'Amaro told my CNN Business colleague Frank Pallotta that the parks will rely more on technology heading into the post-Covid era.
Persons: Jen Psaki, lockdowns, It's, General Motors, Chris Isidore, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Heinz, Steve Cornell, Sara Ashley O'Brien, there's, Stuart Appelbaum, Heather Knox, , Josh D'Amaro, Frank Pallotta, D'Amaro, Price Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, General Motors, House Press, Manufacturers, General, GM, National Labor Relations Board, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, The Washington Post, Amazon, US Postal Service, USPS, Disney, DIS, Marvel Locations: London, Tennessee, Michigan, North America, America, anwarehouse, Bessemer , Alabama, Bessemer, California, Florida
Amazon enters second day of vote counting in historic union election
  + stars: | 2021-04-09 | by ( Annie Palmer | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
The National Labor Relations Board on Friday resumed counting ballots in the historic union election at one of Amazon's Alabama warehouses. Amazon challenged the ballots at a rate of nearly 4-1, the union added. Amazon said it contested roughly 300 ballots, while roughly 200 ballots were challenged by the union. The NLRB told CNBC that it will not release the total number of challenged ballots until after the counting is over. The union election has shaped up to be one of the most important organizing campaigns in recent history.
Persons: RWDSU, Stuart Appelbaum, Appelbaum Organizations: National Labor Relations Board, Wholesale, Department Store Union, CNBC, Amazon, NLRB, Reuters, Labor, U.S . Postal Service, USPS Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Alabama, Birmingham , Alabama, Amazon's Bessemer , Alabama
Amazon has defeated a vote to form a union at its warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama. The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) said it's officially filing objections alleging Amazon illegally interfered with the election. Amazon workers at the company's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama have voted against forming what would have been the first-ever Amazon workers' union in the US. With a majority of votes against the union, Amazon has successfully defeated the unionization attempt. The union vote was marked by appeals from Amazon to change the NLRB's practices.
Persons: it's, John Logan, RWDSU, Stuart Appelbaum, Appelbaum, Sen, Bernie Sanders, Marco Rubio, Joe Biden Organizations: Amazon, Wholesale, Department Store Union, unionizing, National Labor Relations Board, San Francisco State University, gaslight, US Postal Service, The Washington, NLRB, USPS Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Bessemer, Birmingham, Alabama
The union behind the failed unionization attempt has argued a warehouse mailbox may have deterred voting. The RWDSU obtained emails between USPS workers showing Amazon had pushed for the mailbox. On Friday, a vote count revealed Amazon workers at the company's warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama voted against forming a union, with 70.8% being "no" votes. Over the past seven weeks, Amazon workers voted on whether to join the first union in the US that would represent Amazon employees. The mailbox outside the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer.
Persons: Stuart Appelbaum, John Logan, , Amazon Organizations: Amazon, Wholesale, Department Store Union, US Postal Service, San Francisco State University, National Labor Relations Board, USPS, Unit, Postal Service Locations: Amazon's Alabama, Bessemer , Alabama, Alabama, Bessemer
The results of Amazon's historic union vote are in, and the majority of warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, voted against forming a union. Objections seeking to challenge the results of a failed union vote are common, Insider has reported. Jennings and other employees who voted against the union said that Amazon already provides everything a union would. Since the workers voted against forming a union, there will not be a bargaining table. Getty/ PATRICK T. FALLONWorkers feared changeJennings said she worried that if the union vote passed, it would have affected morale and perks.
Persons: Cori Jennings, Jennings, Stuart Appelbaum, Bernie Sanders, Chelsea Connor, Thomas Eady, Eady, didn't, Getty, PATRICK T, Connor, Jason, Michael, Mike, FALLON Organizations: unionizing, National Labor, Amazon, Workers, FALLON Workers, Intercept, Wholesale, Department Store Union Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Amazon's Bessemer, Alabama, Sen, Bessemer, stow, Birmingham , Alabama
Sen. Bernie Sanders said Amazon workers will inspire other union-organizing efforts. Workers at the Bessemer, Alabama, Amazon plant voted the union down 1,798 to 738. Sen. Bernie Sanders applauded Amazon workers at the Bessemer, Alabama, factory for taking on the company, even as a majority of votes were against unionizing. The intense campaigning from union activists and Amazon ended with a decisive victory for the online retailer, as 1,798 workers voted against the union, and 738 workers voted for it. Why are you doing everything in your power to stop your workers in Bessemer, Alabama, from joining a union?"
Persons: Sen, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, Jeff Bezos, Amazon, There's, Dave Clark tweeting Sanders Organizations: Workers, Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, Progressive International, Amazon Consumer Locations: Bessemer, Alabama, Vermont, Bessemer , Alabama
But the election is only the beginning of what could be a prolonged legal dispute over the outcome of the vote. But Amazon would have to prove that any misconduct was likely to convince workers to vote in favor of the union or abstain. CAN AMAZON SHUT DOWN THE BESSEMER WAREHOUSE? After the election, RWDSU has the same legal options as Amazon: it could challenge the eligibility of individual voters or allege that coercive conduct by Amazon tainted the election. In the latter case, the dispute would play out before the NLRB and then likely in a federal appeals court.
Persons: RWDSU, Roger King, Organizations: Reuters, National Labor Relations Board, Inc, Wholesale, Department Store Union, NLRB, HR, Association, IF AMAZON, Amazon Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, United States, Mississippi, Bessemer
Amazon union election tally expected to start, turnout 55%
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +1 min
REUTERS/Dustin Chambers?/File PhotoNEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. regulators are expected to start tallying votes in Amazon.com Inc’s closely watched union election in Alabama later on Thursday or early Friday, union officials said. The elections had voter turnout of about 55% the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) said in a statement on Wednesday. More than 3,200 mail ballots were received by the U.S.National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), in an election open toover 5,800 workers at Amazon’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama,the union said. The workers are voting on whether to join theRWDSU and have their warehouse be the first Amazon facility everto unionize in the United States. By comparison, 432 other mail-ballot elections frommid-March 2020 through September 2020 saw turnout of 72%,according to data disclosed by the NLRB in a decision last year.In the nearly six months prior to that — pre-dating the COVID-19outbreak in the United States — mail-ballot turnout was 55%, theNLRB decision document said.
Persons: Dustin Chambers, Amazon.com Inc’s Organizations: REUTERS, Amazon.com, Wholesale, Department Store Union, U.S.National Labor Relations Board, theRWDSU, NLRB Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, U.S, Alabama, Amazon’s, United States
Of the 3,215 ballots received, workers so far voted 1,100-463 against forming a union at a warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama. The vote count will resume at 8:30 a.m. CT (1330 GMT) on Friday. The vote count followed more than a week of challenges to ballots during closed-door proceedings that could influence the final result. Lawyers for Amazon and the union were allowed to question ballots on suspicion of tampering, a voter’s eligibility and other issues. Stuart Appelbaum, the RWDSU’s president, has said more than 1,000 Amazon workers from other warehouses have asked if they could join the union.
Persons: Erika, Dinkel Smith, Joe Biden’s, Smith, Stuart Appelbaum, Organizations: Reuters, Amazon.com Inc, U.S . Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Labor Relations Board, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, Amazon Locations: Alabama, Bessemer , Alabama, America
Amazon union election in Alabama has 55% voter turnout
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Slideshow ( 2 images )(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc’s closely watched union election in Alabama had voter turnout of about 55%, and the public vote tally is expected to begin as early as Thursday afternoon, the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) said in a statement. More than 3,200 mail ballots were received by the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), in an election open to over 5,800 workers at Amazon’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, the union said. The workers are voting on whether to join the RWDSU and have their warehouse be the first Amazon facility ever to unionize in the United States. In the nearly six months prior to that — pre-dating the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States — mail-ballot turnout was 55%, the NLRB decision document said. The public vote count is expected to begin Thursday afternoon or Friday morning, the RWDSU said.
Persons: Inc’s Organizations: Wholesale, Department Store Union, U.S . National Labor Relations Board, NLRB Locations: Alabama, Amazon’s, Bessemer , Alabama, United States
The NLRB has counted 3,215 votes in Amazon employees' historic union vote in Bessemer, Alabama. RWDSU, the union under which employees would unionize, said Amazon challenged hundreds of ballots. A total of 3,215 employees at Amazon's fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama, cast ballots in a closely watched vote over whether to unionize, according to a press release from the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. The warehouse has more than 5,800 employees, meaning roughly 55% of employees voted. In the contentious union vote, Amazon has repeatedly contested aspects of the voting process to the NLRB, which denied the company's request to install cameras monitoring the ballot room in the NLRB's Birmingham office.
Organizations: NLRB, RWDSU, Amazon, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, National Labor Relations Board, Union Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, NLRB's Birmingham
Amazon union drive in Alabama sees 55% voter turnout
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Annie Palmer | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +2 min
People protest in support of the unionizing efforts of the Alabama Amazon workers, in Los Angeles, California, March 22, 2021. More than 3,200 ballots were cast in a high stakes union election at one of Amazon's Alabama warehouses, according to the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. The election was open to more than 5,800 employees at Amazon's Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse, who are voting whether to join the RWDSU. With 3,215 total ballots cast, that resulted in a turnout rate of roughly 55%, which is higher than what the RWDSU initially estimated. However, Amazon has maintained that it doesn't need a union to come between it and its workers.
Organizations: Alabama Amazon, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, Workers, Amazon, NLRB, Bessemer Locations: Los Angeles , California, Alabama, Bessemer , Alabama, Bessemer, U.S
Amazon leads in early counting of union election at Alabama warehouse
  + stars: | 2021-04-08 | by ( Annie Palmer | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
An RWDSU union rep holds a sign outside the Amazon fulfillment warehouse at the center of a unionization drive on March 29, 2021 in Bessemer, Alabama. Approximately 5,800 workers at the Bessemer warehouse, known as BHM1, were eligible to cast ballots to decide whether to join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. In November, workers at the Bessemer facility filed notice to hold a union election. For many years, major unions including the Teamsters, the United Food & Commercial Workers Union and the RWDSU have quietly been talking to Amazon workers about organizing. They've long faced steep challenges organizing Amazon workers in the U.S., where none of the company's warehouses are unionized, while unions are common among Amazon's workforce in Europe.
Persons: Joe Biden, BHM1, Jennifer Bates, Ora McClendon, McClendon Organizations: Amazon, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, NLRB, Teamsters, United Food & Commercial Workers Union, International Association of Machinists, Aerospace Workers, Bessemer Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Amazon's, U.S, Washington, Europe, Delaware, Amazon
The NLRB has paused its counting of Amazon employees' votes over whether to unionize. The NLRB expects to resume counting the votes Friday, but the results will likely be challenged. Votes against forming a union at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, lead by a more than 2-1 margin after the first day of counting ballots. The National Labor Relations Board paused its public counting of Amazon employees' ballots shortly after 7 p.m. Eastern Time on Thursday with the anti-union votes leading 1,100 to 463. Per NLRB rules for union votes, both Amazon and the RWDSU can file objections within five days of the conclusion of the count.
Persons: unionizing, Stuart Appelbaum, John Logan, Heather Knox, Logan, Amazon's, wouldn't, Read Organizations: NLRB, National Labor Relations Board, Retail, Wholesale, Department, Union, Amazon, San Francisco State University, Washington Post, United States Postal Service, USPS, Post Office Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, Birmingham , Alabama, Alabama
But in the milestone union election at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, a mailbox installed earlier this year threatens to upend the whole process -- or at least become a focus for the union if it loses the vote. Just hours before the public counting began, news broke from The Washington Post of emails showing that Amazon had urged the US Postal Service to install the mailbox ahead of the election, an election that could lead to the first US-based Amazon union. In one email from January 14, a Postal Service employee said, "We have not heard anything back on the install of this collection box. Amazon is reaching out again to me today about the status as they wanted to move quickly on this." ​The ballots, which were mailed to the homes of eligible employees, could be cast in any USPS mailbox.
Organizations: CNN, The Washington, Amazon, US Postal Service, National Labor Relations Board, USPS, Postal Service Locations: Bessemer , Alabama
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business' Before the Bell newsletter. You can sign up right hereLondon (CNN Business) The political forces governing Washington have changed dramatically this year, with Democrats in control of both the White House and Congress. What's happening:CEO Jeff Bezos has announced that the company is "supportive of a rise in the corporate tax rate" as President Joe Biden pushes an ambitious infrastructure package. It's a notable announcement — especially given that Amazon has been criticized for paying little or no income tax in recent years. On Tuesday, the company announced plans to merge with a special purpose acquisition company , or SPAC, my CNN Business colleague Paul R. La Monica reports.
Persons: What's, Jeff Bezos, Joe Biden, Biden, Bezos, Jamie Dimon, Matt Egan, DAL, Dimon, Alesia Haas, Coinbase, That's, Paul R, Monica, Michael Eisner, Tom Brady Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, White House, Facebook, Big Tech, JPMorgan JPM, Capitol, Amazon, Coinbase, Nasdaq, Futures Trading, Securities and Exchange Commission, Topps, Disney, Reserve Locations: London, Washington, Bessemer , Alabama, America, China, California
Why the Amazon union vote is taking so long and what could come next
  + stars: | 2021-04-06 | by ( Annie Palmer | ) www.cnbc.com + 0.00   time to read: +6 min
The RWDSU has already heard from more than 1,000 U.S. Amazon workers who are eager to organize. With ballots mailed in and vote counting underway, it may seem that Amazon and the union are nearing the finish line in the election. Here's what to expect as the union election continues:What's happening nowA week ago Tuesday, the first stage of counting kicked off via a private video conference. Amazon disputed claims that "The Offer" is related to the union vote in Bessemer. People protest in support of the unionizing efforts of the Alabama Amazon workers, in Los Angeles, California, March 22, 2021.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Patrick T, Fallon, Mark Pearce, Obama, Pearce, Heather Knox, Lucy Nicholson Organizations: Getty, Retail, Wholesale, Department Store Union, National Labor Relations, Reuters, NLRB, Inc, AFP, Workers ' Rights Institute, Georgetown University Law Center, Amazon, CNBC, Alabama Amazon Locations: Bessemer , Alabama, U.S, Bessemer, North America, Los Angeles , California
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