Amazon plans to challenge Staten Island union win

Amazon is said to object to a recent union election filing at its Staten Island warehouse, alleging that regulators pressured workers to vote to organize, according to an engadged report.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the company published its intention to appeal JFK8 in a legal file released to the public Thursday, and nearly 55% of workers in the JFK8 warehouse voted to join the Amazon workers union, the first victory of its kind for Amazon United.

The company has until April 22 to collect, file and formally submit objections to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB).

and 2006, and in the vicinity of the preview of the objections awaited by Etihad Airways, wrote the company indicating that the union threatens employees unless they vote to join a union.

Some may think that this is a somewhat cynical move on the part of Amazon, considering that the NLRB has been accused of threatening employees to do the opposite, and Amazon has accused the union of “calling elections” or taking while employees are waiting in line to vote.

The extraordinarily long waiting period in the booths extraordinarily long waiting in the middle stage of the electorate, as well as also being well from the polling area intimidated, that they even went so far as to be employed, that they were to the extent of utilizing, by team, their rights if not Vote to join unions, Ericaic rejected Amazon’s objections

Meanwhile, another atmosphere outside.

The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) accuses Amazon of “countless attempts to intimidate workers” at the Bessemer plant, including firing or suspending workers who supported the union.

And the results of the upcoming elections

And Amazon’s conduct must pass unchallenged, and must be represented in Bessemer, Alabama their rights law.

We urge us to continually review our objection not to allow any company to act above the law,” said Stuart Appelbaum, president of RWDSU at Approvals.

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