As the anniversary of Roe v. Wade nears, pressure is building from advocacy groups and workers themselves.
An administrative law judge orders the company to turn over more documents, including one that describes an effort to convince employees that “unions suck.”
For years, algorithms have driven workers to meet punishing quotas. A state bill trying to reinject humans into the workflow has cleared a big hurdle.
Amazon’s annual sales event this year is unfolding against a backdrop of mounting pressure from labor activists.
Amazon defeated the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union’s bid to represent workers at one warehouse. The union claims the company fought dirty.
Union supporters face a setback in Bessemer, Alabama, but indicate the fight isn’t over yet.
Both sides are preparing for a potentially protracted battle over ballots and labor practices.
AI surveillance cameras. Punishing workloads. Low pay. Worker complaints are piling up, and so are the roadblocks.
A warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, could become the first Amazon union in the US. But it won’t happen overnight.