Amazon and Workers

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  • Throughout Amazon’s 27-year existence it used “Hard-Nosed Tactics From A Well Worn Playbook” to stop union drives.
  • The Washington Post: “Among other problems, unions could dent the company’s flexibility, limiting its ability to rapidly hire and cut workers to meet shopping demands that spike and recede throughout the year,” said former company executives who spoke on the condition of anonymity to talk candidly about internal policy.[1]