The warehouse has been the site of a protracted, very public fight to organize.
The union said it would file an objection with the NLRB charging the company with illegally interfering with the union vote.
Warehouse employees could become the first group at the tech giant to unionize.
The bill, which offers sweeping protections for organized labor, may not pass the Senate. But it may stimulate conversation and education.
Union workers lost fewer jobs than their non-union counterparts because of negotiated furloughs and other protections.
Business organizations support the change, but labor activists say it would make low-wage contract workers more vulnerable.
How might states be affected by overturning the established precedent allowing public-sector unions to collect fees from nonunion members? In places where the so-called agency fees have been allowed, state officials will have to rewrite the law and revise contracts with public-sector unions. Losing those agency fees will be a big financial hit for some […]
On many campuses, many graduate students plan to organize.