60 FEWER STORIES IN NOVEMBER DUE TO LOW FUNDS: WE NEED AND WELCOME DONATIONS TO KEEP US GOING: Please contact Michael Walsh for easy transfer details firstname.lastname@example.org
Two Amazon employees died within hours of each other at the company’s warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama last month after being denied sick leave, according to workers’ rights group More Perfect Union. The two workers collapsed and died on November 28 and 29, within hours of each other, with one passing away at the facility and another after receiving medical attention.
Isaiah Thomas, an Amazon worker, said that one of the victims suffered a stroke and ‘died on the job’ after asking HR if he could go home. According to allegations made during an interview published by More Perfect Union, the worker who later passed away was told that he could ‘either go home and lose your job’ or ‘stay here and keep working.’
According to fellow Amazon worker Perry Connelly, the man who suffered a stroke died inside a trailer. It took around 20 minutes for his body to be found.
Despite the fatalities, More Perfect Union claims that their co-workers were told to carry on working, as usual, raising concerns about Amazon’s treatment of employees. ‘They actually come around and tell people not to talk about it, and go back to work,’ Connelly claimed.
Workers at the Bessemer warehouse attempted to unionize earlier this year over allegations of dangerous working conditions but were defeated by 1798 votes to 738. The National Labor Relations Board later found out Amazon had illegally interfered in the union vote and ordered a re-vote on November 29.
Alongside the claims made about the deaths of the two workers, More Perfect Union alleged that six people had died at the facility in 2021 alone, and accused Amazon of trying to cover up the situation. The workers’ rights group stated that it had voiced its claims to Amazon, but said the e-commerce giant did not respond to its requests. Amazon has not responded to the allegations. You can share this story on social media.
When Amazon deleted EUROPE ARISE a book praising White history, culture and achievements including advice Amazon denied the author his income and the readers right to choose.
It is my belief that by making EUROPE ARISE a FREE download enough good-hearted souls will donate to enable others to be better informed and inspired by Michael Walsh’s epic EUROPE ARISE.
A bank transfer is easy and if you live in the EU or UK is easier and quicker than an ordinary debit card purchase. CONTACT Michael at email@example.com
Categories: Current Events