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(Wired)   Amazon strikes those 'union-buster' job openings from the record   (wired.com) divider line
    More: Followup, Trade union, Employment, nonprofit workers' rights group, Amazon's listings, Amazon, Amazon's human resources, pair of job listings, leaked memo  
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298 clicks; posted to Business » on 02 Sep 2020 at 7:52 AM (13 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-09-02 10:34:35 AM  
I had Amazon using third party contractors to manage and run their Union surveillance/suppression programs.

There are companies who have been doing it a lot longer than Amazon has been alive.
 
2020-09-02 11:48:36 AM  
Good move. Unions are legal as is organizing one. For now.
 
2020-09-02 12:04:30 PM  

edmo: Good move. Unions are legal as is organizing one. For now.


Avoiding them is perfectly legal as well. There are rules, but businesses aren't defenseless. Then there are the third and lower level parties that don't quite stick to the rules.
 
2020-09-02 12:25:30 PM  

edmo: Good move. Unions are legal as is organizing one. For now.



ole fascist trumper and his fellow used car salesmen cronies would love getting rid of unions.


and the sit at home and collect free capital gains money stock owners would love it too.
 
2020-09-02 2:48:10 PM  
They don't need to keep the postings up. I'm sure they already have more applicants than they will ever need.
 
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