The 11-page document, dated February 2020, describes Amazon’s plans to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to better analyze and visualize data on unions around the globe, alongside other non-union “threats” to the company related to factors like crime and weather.Leaked Amazon internal memo reveals new software to track unions – Vox
As always, you can usually tell how good an idea something is by how vehemently those in power seek to prevent it happening.
As in most industries, it’s important to remember that the values espoused on the editorial side of a media company bear little to no relation to those held by ownership or management.
Source: Under Trump, media companies are emboldened against employee unionizing – Columbia Journalism Review
It’s beyond ridiculous that obvious anti-union activity would be considered free speech. It means there’s no line between “business activity” and speech, which is problematic in the long-term.
Source: Writers in unions should be very worried about this labor law ruling – Vox