The GMB union has accused Amazon of “dirty tricks” after it was “forced” to withdraw its bid for recognition.
The union has accused Amazon of going on a “massive recruitment drive” after it submitted a request for recognition, and alleged that Amazon was paying an additional 1,300 workers “to try to bust the union”.
GMB launched a bid for union recognition in April when the number of striking workers at Amazon Coventry reached 800, believing this was more than half the warehouse’s workforce and a bid for statutory recognition could be made.
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