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Labor board finds Amazon illegally fired activist workers: NYT

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has determined Inc illegally retaliated against two of its most prominent internal critics when it fired them last year, the New York Times reported on Monday. Last year, Amazon fired two user experience designers, Maren Costa and Emily Cunningham, for what it called repeated violations of internal policies.

The National Labor Relations Board has determined that Amazon unlawfully retaliated against a pair of its employees by firing them after a vocal push for the technology and retail giant to improve worker conditions and do more to limit its contributions to the climate crisis, the New York Timesreported early Monday.”It’s a moral victory and really shows that we are on the right side of history and the right side of the law.”—Maren Costa, fired A…

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