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  1. Amazon’s union campaign is succeeding where other unions failed

    Amazon warehouse workers in Bessemer, Alabama, are currently voting by mail on whether or not to form a union. Their campaign against one of the world's most powerful -- and most anti-union -- corporations has captured public imagination, and inspired young activists, in a way that hasn't happened in almost a century.

    By John Logan , written on

    From the Amazon desk

  2. Amazon’s anti-union campaign violates global labor & human rights standards

    In the past two decades, numerous Big Tech corporations, including Microsoft, Google, Apple, Cisco, and Facebook, have clamored to endorse global labor and human rights standards.

    By John Logan , written on

    From the Amazon desk

  3. A brief guide to Morgan Lewis, Amazon’s anti-union law firm at Bessemer, Alabama

    Between February 8 and March 29, 5800 Amazon distribution center workers in Bessemer, Alabama will vote on whether to join the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU).

    By John Logan , written on

    From the Amazon desk

  4. Jeff Bezos' virtue signalling is working

    While IBM pledges to stop working on facial recognition technology, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos sits at his computer and trawls his Instagram inbox looking for controversial screenshots that will make people buy more stuff from him.

    By Aimee Pearcy , written on

    From the Amazon desk