Amazon Demands In-Person Union Vote, Claims Mail-In Ballots 'Raise Risk Of Fraud'Chris Menahan
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Amazon is trying to halt a workers' union vote by claiming mail-in ballots raise the "risk of fraud" and by questioning what a COVID-19 "outbreak" actually is.
From Bloomberg (via ZeroHedge):
Amazon.com Inc. is asking the National Labor Relations Board to consider having workers vote in person -- rather than by mail -- on a proposal to form a union at an Alabama warehouse.Amazon also demanded the NLRB define what an "outbreak" actually is, the Washington Post reports:
The e-commerce giant late Thursday appealed the ruling by an NLRB hearing officer a week ago to allow roughly 6,000 workers to take seven weeks, starting Feb. 8, to cast their ballots by mail to be represented by the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union. Amazon argued in one of two filings that the agency's pandemic-voting policy is flawed, in part because it fails to define what a covid-19 "outbreak" actually is.Amazon banned books for downplaying the coronavirus "pandemic" last year and the Bezos-owned Washington Post shilled hard in defense of mail-in voting for the 2020 US election.
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