Amazon stockholders nix warehouse audit
Amazon shareholders have voted in opposition to a proposal calling for an independent audit of functioning situations at the company’s warehouses.
The e-commerce enterprise opposed the proposal and the 14 other folks presented Wednesday at its once-a-year shareholders meeting. Citing preliminary voting final results, the Seattle-dependent firm stated all the resolutions had been voted down by a the greater part of shareholders.
Several of them targeted on worker’s rights, and problems these as even more disclosure of the company’s lobbying and taxes. The resolutions are non binding, but they generally pressure company boards to get motion.
Shareholders also voted to approve payment offers for Amazon’s top executives.
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