MADISON, Wis. — Madison coordinators revitalized Sunday to show solidarity for the specialists who casted a ballot yes when Amazon warehouse workers in Alabama casted a ballot to unionize recently.
Laborers from a stockroom in Bessemer, Alabama decided on climate to be the organizations first gathering of unionized representatives. The votes that were depended on Friday said that there would be no union would frame.
“Amazon did not win this election fair and square, they pulled out every trick in the book,” said Socialist Alternative coordinator Jacob Druker.
There have been reports from laborers that they needed to go to compulsory gatherings intended to persuade them to cast a ballot against the association paving the way to the Vote, and that Amazon hung up anti-union posters in the warehouse.
While addressing the Madison rally, Our Wisconsin Revolution coordinator, Ashley Hudson, said, “They managed to get the Bessemer ‘public police’ — as-in paid for by our tax dollars– to function as private security to intimidate the workers.”
Just about portion of the stockroom laborers casted a ballot in the association political decision.
“That doesn’t mean the workers love Amazon, what it means is that Amazon played dirty, and because of that they won,” Druker said.
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union the specialists were casting a ballot to join said they will record a grumbling to the National Labor Relations Board.
Amazon accepts that its representatives voiced their intelligible longing not to unionize in their votes.
“The objective conditions that Covid has caused with more exploitation and worse inequality than ever are making people angry, making them frustrated, making them desperate, and they are ready to look to solutions that they might not have considered before like unionizing,” Druker said.