The calls to boycott come amid an objection hearing for Amazon's bid to overturn an election.
The TikTok video's comments section brimmed with stories from viewers who said they had been fed "propaganda" by their own employers.
If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, 26 states are certain or likely to move quickly toward banning abortion, according to policy experts.
"We are not happy with the results but we've got to continue to organize," Amazon Labor Union President Chris Smalls said after the effort to unionize a second Staten Island facility failed.
"Legally I have to pay it back, but I'm not putting myself out of pocket each month," the employee said.
We don't know exactly what Amazon will do. Based on its past actions and statements, the company will likely double down on its anti-union message.
Six additional locations in New York voted in favor of unionizing Thursday and Friday, bringing the total to 16 across the U.S.
The Amazon Labor Union has been contacted by people in over 50 Amazon warehouses across the country, organizer Christian Smalls said.
"It's known as the Hershey prison," Hershey's employee James Gibson said of the company's Stuarts Draft, Virginia plant.
The union for the workers said the employees were fired after speaking to the media, but the company said it was over security and broken safety policies.
The Staten Island vote will follow a do-over vote that will take place next month at a Bessemer, Alabama, Amazon facility.
Two unions that represent 17,000 BNSF railroad workers said last week they were beginning steps to strike over a new attendance policy set to begin next month.
Braxton Wright, of United Mine Workers of America Local Union 2368, told Senator Bernie Sanders that Warrior Met Coal has refused to pay its employees.
Some 750,000 Amazon employees across the U.S. will be allowed to organize union efforts more freely due to a settlement with the National Labor Relations Board.
The strike began in March over staffing issues and later became about job security for the striking nurses as the hospital hired replacements.
Kellogg's workers who have been striking since October will return to work Monday after ratifying a new contract giving them a raise and more benefits.
"While U.S. labor and employment laws should always be vigorously upheld, Amazon's size and scope necessitate particular scrutiny by federal regulators when widespread and credible allegations of labor and employment law violations surface," the senators write in a letter.
"We make ice cream cakes that are sold worldwide," one woman said. "We want a one-dollar raise. That is all we're asking for."
Employees at two Boston Starbucks stores are looking to be represented by Workers United Labor Union, the same union looking to represent the Buffalo Starbucks.
An estimated 60 percent of large employers use workplace monitoring tools, some of which can be used to chill organizing.
"Permanently replacing striking workers is an existential attack on the union and its members' jobs and livelihoods," said Biden.
A Buffalo-area Starbucks voted to unionize Thursday, with two more nearby locations still counting votes.
"It's as though you are making drinks under the pressure of trying to defuse a ticking time bomb," one Starbucks employee said.
Council 94 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees union voted 1,963 to 97 to approve a new contact with the state.
One of the key issues in negotiations is the two-tiered wage system Kellogg's uses, with about 30 percent of the 1,400 striking workers at the lower level.
Four Connecticut labor unions filed a suit against the attorney general and Department of Justice, saying the state's National Guard has a right to unionize.
Moe's Books in Berkeley, California, is set to become the first bookstore in the nation with a union-authorized contract.
Unions and the city reached an agreement to allow unvaccinated workers to keep their jobs and benefits if they applied for a religious exemption before Nov. 2.
The latest industrial action taken by thousands of John Deere workers marks the first major strike against the company in 35 years.