Amazon has enough votes to block the historic unionization effort at its warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama.
In a tweet directed at a U.S. representative, Amazon denied rumors that employees work so hard they have to urinate in empty water bottles. Amazon took a step back and apologized, acknowledging some of its drivers do have that problem.
Thousands of Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, are deciding whether they want to form a union, the biggest union push in the company’s history that could have broad implications for labor nationwide.
Amazon updated its app icon, now featuring neutral blue tape partially peeled back without a jagged edge, after some made comparisons to Adolf Hitler's mustache.
Amazon announced Tuesday its founder Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO and will transition to an executive chair role.
Amazon will pay nearly $62 million to settle charges with the Federal Trade Commission that it took tips from delivery drivers over a two and a half year period.
Thousands of Amazon workers at an Alabama facility will vote in February on whether to unionize, potentially becoming the first U.S.-based union in the company’s history.
The move propels Amazon into a new business and could shake up the pharmacy industry. Big chains like CVS and Walgreens rely on their pharmacies to bring them a steady flow of shoppers.
The machines are supposed to take on mundane and physically strenuous tasks, but they are also creating new forms of stress and strain in the form of injuries and unease.
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