Amazon.com Inc. plans to appeal its loss last week against union organizers in New York, where workers voted to establish the company’s first U.S. union.
The company’s intention was made in a legal filing made public Thursday. Roughly 55% of the workers from a Staten Island facility named JFK8 voted to side with Amazon Labor Union, or ALU, a group established by current and former company employees.
In a filing, Amazon
signaled it would appeal due to actions taken by the union, as well as the National Labor Relations Board, before and during the election.
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