© Reuters. The Amazon logo is displayed on a sign outside the company’s LDJ5 sortation center, as employees begin voting to unionize a second warehouse in the Staten Island borough of New York City, U.S. April 25, 2022. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid.
(Reuters) – A Teamsters group, which represents roughly 7,000 Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ:) fulfillment center workers across Canada’s Alberta and the Northwest Territories, has filed an application with the Labor Board to hold a vote for union representation.
The effort is Teamsters’ second attempt at forming a union at the Amazon site in Nisku, after a failed attempt last fall, the group said in a statement on Monday.