An employee of Amazon was fired by the online retail giant earlier this year, and her case will go to court next year, buzzfeed News reported on Friday. Courtney Bowden accused Amazon of threatening and suspending her job before terminating her job because she told other Amazon employees about improving workplace conditions and pay during the covid-19 pandemic, according to the publication, which was obtained through a FOIA request. < / P > < p > according to buzzfeed news, on November 13, the U.S. National Labor Relations Commission filed a complaint against Bowden’s case, accusing Amazon of “interfering, restricting and intimidating employees to exercise their rights guaranteed by the National Labor Relations Act.”. < / P > < p > earlier this year, Amazon fired several active dispatch employees who expressed their views on suspected unsafe warehouse conditions during the new crown pandemic. In response, nine U.S. senators wrote to CEO Jeff Bezos in May asking for details of his dismissal policy. The letter was signed by current Vice President elect Kamala Harris, as well as senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Edward Markey, Richard Blumenthal, Corey Booker, Sherrod Brown, Kirsten Gillibrand and Tammy Baldwin. < / P > < p > “in view of the clear public history of the four workers representing the health and safety conditions of Amazon warehouse workers before they were fired,” the letter said, “Amazon’s vague public statements about violations of ‘internal policies’, we are looking for more information to understand exactly what these internal policies are.” < p > < p > Amazon defended the dismissals as unrelated, isolated firings. “These people are not fired for openly talking about working conditions or safety issues, but for violating – often repeatedly – policies such as intimidation, physical alienation, etc.,” an Amazon spokesman said in a may statement. “We support the right of every employee to criticize or protest the employer’s working conditions.” It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia