Pressures Mount on Amazon as Union Issue Looms and NLRB Finds Fault

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The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has found that Amazon illegally retaliated against two employees critical of its treatment of workers and its environmental policies when it fired them last year.

The news was first reported the New York Times, which said the NLRB will accuse Amazon of unfair labor practices if it does not settle the case with the former employees, Emily Cunningham and Maren Costa. A spokesperson for the NLRB confirmed the findings.

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