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Amazon is facing multiple inquiries from labor regulators into whether it unlawfully retaliated against workers who spoke out about its coronavirus response

Amazon workers protest outside the company's Staten Island in New York City.
Amazon workers protest outside the company’s Staten Island in New York City.

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  • The National Labor Relations Board is looking into multiple claims by Amazon workers that the company unlawfully retaliated against them for speaking out against its coronavirus response, BuzzFeed News reported Saturday.

  • The NLRB is required by law to follow up on such claims and said it has not yet opened a formal investigation, but could do so if it finds evidence of a possible violation of employees’ rights.

  • Amazon has come under fire from employees, activists, and lawmakers over safety measures in its warehouses as well as the company’s firing of workers who have spoken out on the topic.

  • Amazon has terminated five workers who participated in protests since the pandemic began.

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