Staff at more than 50 Amazon warehouses have contacted organizers of last week’s historic vote establishing Amazon’s first-ever union. Amazon fought hard to prevent the result and launched a multimillion-dollar campaign to stop their efforts. Chris Smalls led a walkout at a Staten Island warehouse over pandemic working conditions; he was laid off the same day. Amazon spent $4m to fight the campaign, including more than 500 votes from more than 5,000 Amazon employees. Amazon is the second largest employer in the US and fought hard against the result. A second Amazon warehouse is now set to vote on its own union on 25 April; a second warehouse will vote on their own union in April. Smalls and other organizers are beginning the . . .