When will we know the Amazon union vote results?

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The outcome of a unionization vote in Alabama could have historic implications for the e-commerce giant. It could also be a massive win for workers’ rights. Yesterday was the last day for Amazon workers at the Bessemer, Alabama, fulfillment facility to vote on whether they should unionize and be represented by the Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union (RWDSU). The outcome of that vote could have historic implications for the world’s largest e-commerce retailer. If successful, the Bessemer outcome could lead to other Amazon fulfillment centers voting to unionize as well, giving workers greater collective bargaining rights with the company. Read Full Story

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Amazon union vote: here’s the latest on the results for workers to unionize

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Vote counting is ongoing—but there are a large number of contested ballots, which could delay the final results by weeks. It’s been 11 days since Amazon workers in the Bessemer, Alabama fulfillment facility cast their votes on whether to unionize. With the caveat that votes are still being counted, it is now becoming clearer whether the vote to unionize will succeed, and potentially send shockwaves through the retail and e-commerce industries. Unfortunately for those supporting unionization, it looks like the effort may fail. Here’s what you need to know: Read Full Story

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Amazon Contests Hundreds Of Ballots In Union Vote

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Amazon Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) has reportedly contested hundreds of ballots in the vote about whether to unionize its Bessemer, Ala. warehouse. Officials are set to start counting those ballots publicly this afternoon or Friday morning. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Union Drive Sees 55% Voter Turnout According to CNBC, the Retail, Wholesale and […]

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As Amazon workers await vote results, a new poll shows widespread support for labor unions in general

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In a new survey, 76% of respondents said they were either somewhat supportive or very supportive of labor unions. Only 11% said they were not. Americans continue to show broad support for organized labor, according to an exclusive new poll from Fast Company and SurveyMonkey, and the COVID-19 pandemic may have sparked an even greater interest in unionization among workers. Read Full Story

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