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Labor agency: Amazon union's meeting complaints have merit

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By HALELUYA HADERO

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The National Labor Relations Board has found merit in a union charge that Amazon violated labor law in New York City’s Staten Island by holding mandatory worker meetings to persuade its employees not to unionize.

This case is a proper use of the adjective "Orwellian".

Now it is the corporatocracy that a majority of people are beholden to for their paycheck to paycheck livelihood that mandates a "two minutes of hate" for an enemy of their interests.

Amazon is becoming an exemplar of the Corporatocracy .

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That incident is I have never seen before in Japan. It is new knowledge for me. Instead of Labor Union, In japan, the organization which can function is Labor standerd Bureau.

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