The e-commerce giant has overwhelmed workers with messaging in the form of posters, videos and text messages at those locations.
It has also relied heavily on anti-union meetings during work hours, a tactic called captive audience meetings that the National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) general counsel has moved to ban.
Amazon has even hired anti-union consultants on as full time staff at the LDJ5 facility, as Motherboard has reported.
Amazon paid up to $20,000 a week to union avoidance consultants
“Big anti-union corporations are often able to exploit the weakness of the law to delay and to even prevent unions from negotiating first contracts,” Logan explained. “But there’s nothing that’s normal about this case.
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