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New York : Amazon fires worker for talking to colleagues about improving working conditions

New York :

Amazon fires worker for talking to colleagues about improving working conditions

The case hearing is scheduled for March 9, 2021.

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An Amazon employee, who was fired by the online sales giant earlier this year, is suing the company for her wrongful termination. And it is that Courtney Bowden alleges that Amazon threatened and fired her because the woman spoke with fellow workers about the need to improve working conditions and the salary they were paid during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Bowden’s complaint was issued on November 13 by the National Labor Relations Board, and it is alleged that Amazon “has been interfering, restricting and coercing employees to exercise their guaranteed rights”By the National Labor Relations Law, as reported in CNet.

“Amazon has a policy of not commenting on active litigation. But nevertheless, we have zero tolerance for retaliation for employees who raise concerns“Said an Amazon spokesperson.

The case hearing is scheduled for March 9, 2021.

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