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    Is this because the majority of employees are Republicans?

  3. #203
    Fear of reprisal, Amazon spent a lot to quash the movement, lack of union benefits education, anti labor state, everything kinda stacked against it.

    Chicago seems a more promising next spot for Amazon unionizing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    Fear of reprisal, Amazon spent a lot to quash the movement, lack of union benefits education, anti labor state, everything kinda stacked against it.
    Or a majority of the workers simply believe the cost of a union exceeds its benefit.

  6. #206
    it's possible, but does make you wonder why Amazon did everything it could to avoid a fair fight

  7. #207
    Quote Originally Posted by Colonel Angus View Post
    Or a majority of the workers simply believe the cost of a union exceeds its benefit.
    In Alabama, a union cannot force workers to pay dues.

  8. #208
    If you are interested in what the predominant concerns are in Bessemer, they aren't really over pay ($15.31 is the average Bessemer Amazon warehouse pay vs $18 for unionized warehouse workplaces). They are more concerned with taking breaks, employee surveillance, and termination procedures.

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