Organizers of trade unions received the right to hold elections in the village Amazon.com facility in New Jersey, marking the latest union push since New York warehouse workers voted earlier this month to create the company’s first union in the United States
The local organization 13 International Brotherhood of Trade Union, which applied to vote on Friday, has shown that it has enough support from employees of the institution, located in Bayonne, New Jersey, to hold elections, according to the National Labor Council. To be eligible for the election, applicants must usually show evidence that at least 30% of local workers are interested in the election.
Amazon workers in New Jersey will vote for the union
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