Since its earliest days, Amazon has been anti-union, successfully quashing any attempt by workers to organize.
A group of workers at an Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Ala., just might change that — depending on the outcome of a vote this week.
We look at how their effort came together and what it means for the nature of work in savvy, growing companies like Amazon.
Guest: Michael Corkery, a business reporter for The New York Times.
- The outcome of a vote at a warehouse in Alabama could have far-ranging implications for both Amazon and the labor movement.
- Here’s what will happen after this week’s union vote.
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