It's almost like they suspect elections are fixed

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Amazon pushing for in-person vote on unionization in Alabama

E-commerce giant Amazon filed an appeal on Thursday in an attempt to force and in-person vote for the referendum on unionization, which is scheduled for Feb. 8.

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E-commerce giant Amazon filed an appeal on Thursday in an attempt to force and in-person vote for the referendum on unionization, which is scheduled for Feb. 8.

Amazon claims that the definition of "outbreak" is not adequate, nor is there any pressing reason why the 6000 people involved can't vote in person, if the conditions allow for them to go to work.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the vote is on whether workers at the Amazon Fulfillment center in Bessemer AL should join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.

Amazon has alleged further that there are gaps in precedents, and various errors made by the acting director of the National Labor Relations Board, who have ruled that the mail-in elections should take place as planned. According to the complaint, the data used by the Relations Board is not only obsolete, it is improperly targeted.

Amazon further argues that mail-in voting decreases voter turnout, and said in a prepared statement, "If a manual election is improper here, it is hard to imagine any circumstances in which a Regional Director would allow manual elections until COVID-19 is eradicated,"

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https://thepostmillennial.com/amazon-pushing-for-in-person-vote-on-unionization-in-alabama