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Why Amazon Workers in Alabama Voted Against Union – The Wall Street Journal

Warehouse employees cite job security as well as company’s arguments highlighting its strengths and the union’s weaknesses

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Amazon . com Inc. employees in Alabama who sided against unionization said they had broad concerns about job security and grew convinced that their pay and benefits might not markedly increase with the help of a union.
The resounding victory for Amazon, the nations second-largest private employer, came after it organized what proved to be a successful local campaign, highlighting the companys strengths and questioning the unions benefits. Nationally, Amazon grew vocal in pushing back against criticism…

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