Amazon’s decision to fire Courtney Bowden, a warehouse employee, violated labor rights and interests law, according to a complaint filed last month by the NLRB. Courtney had previously called on Amazon’s top management to improve the working conditions of warehouse employees, but he was ruthlessly dismissed, which also caused a great setback to many workers who were forced to work unprotected during the covid-19 pandemic. < p > < p > ironically, due to the popularity of covid-19, the revenue and share price of Amazon, an e-commerce giant, have skyrocketed, but they have failed to provide proper protection for warehouse employees. When it comes to the reasons for being fired, Bowden believes that he has been talking with both pay and workplace issues, according to buzzfeed news. In May, the verge reported that seven warehouse workers died of covid-19 infection. Earlier, Chris smalls of Staten Island organized a major strike, which was also prevaricated and dismissed by the company for vague reasons. < / P > < p > as the event continues to ferment, Chris smalls and others have launched a class action lawsuit against Amazon. If Amazon loses the lawsuit, it is obvious that compensation should be given to employees who have been rudely dismissed during this period. But Bowden believes her purpose is more than that. In an interview with buzzfedd, Bowden said that she and her colleagues wanted to improve poor working conditions and related benefits, and not to let people be afraid of words and actions to protect their legitimate rights and interests. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today