Hearing on Objections to Amazon’s Union Election Starting May 7


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(Reuters) – The labor group that did not get enough votes from warehouse workers at Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 in Alabama to form a union said on Monday that the hearing on their objections to the election will begin on May 7, citing a government presentation. The U.S. National Labor Relations Board did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The labor group, Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), has said that Amazon’s conduct prevented employees from freely exercising their choice, while the company has denied that intimidation of workers has caused them to refuse to join RWDSU by more than margin a-1.

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