Amazon has challenged hundreds of ballots amid the company’s closely watched trade union election in Alabama, according to the report.
The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store (RWDSU) union, which employees aim to participate in, said in a statement on Wednesday. Hundreds of challenged ballots, mostly by employers, will be resolved after the public count.
Meanwhile, all the uncontested ballots have been cleared.
“When the ballot envelope is opened and the ballot is counted, there is a possibility that other issues could affect the final results,”; the statement said.
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According to Business Insider, more than 3,200 mailed ballots were received from the U.S. National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) .The elections were open to more than 5,800 workers at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer.
Workers are voting on whether to join RWDSU or not, if so, their warehouse will be the first Amazon factory to be assembled in the United States.
Organizers hope the Bessemer victory will spark workers across the country, not just Amazon, to consider.A merging for Amazon could mean big profits and potentially transform business operations.
They want Amazon to pay more warehouse workers, have more rest, and be treated with respect. Many workers complain about the long workday and take only two 30-minute breaks.
Amazon has strengthened its defense against both the explosion of progressive Congressmen in response to criticism and holding mandatory meetings on why the union is a bad idea.Amazon argued that Bessemer warehouses created thousands of jobs for value. The average wage is $ 15.30 an hour, which is twice the minimum wage in Alabama.
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“RWDSU membership has declined over the past two decades. But that’s not why President Stuart Appelbaum is misrepresenting our employees – starting wages of $ 15 or more, health care from day one, and safety and security. We encourage all of our employees to vote and hope they will, ”an Amazon spokesperson said in a Fox Business statement.
According to Reuters, Amazon, the Union and the NLRB can challenge ballot papers if they think they have been tampered with, fraudulent or from workers deemed ineligible to vote.
Bessemer’s stockpile vote began in early February, despite the company’s objections, including a push for a manual vote. Voting ends on March 29 and the first step of counting will begin the following day.
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RWDSU said the public vote would begin on Thursday afternoon or Friday morning.
Fox Business’s Samuel Dorman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.