XPO Logistics has long hidden behind the big brands that utilize its shipping and logistics services, such as Amazon, Target, and Walmart, but a report released on Wednesday shines a light on its exploitative labor practices around the world.
One source who provided an internal Best Buy email said they are still fearful of exposing themselves or others to the coronavirus.
Employees at Lowe’s, Office Depot, Sherwin-Williams, and Best Buy told Motherboard how customers are browsing or buying totally non-essential items at busy stores.
The changes also mean Geek Squad employees, who feared they could spread the coronavirus by visiting customers in their homes, will get hazard pay.
Six current Geek Squad employees describe a lack of support from Best Buy, and how they may inadvertently help spread coronavirus.
Best Buy employees who feel sick but haven’t been diagnosed with coronavirus are being asked to use vacation time or borrow against future vacation time.
Black Friday will be here soon enough.
The holiday shopping season keeps getting longer and longer.
Big-box stores have never really been a great fit for selling computers, and a big reason for that is that retailers didn’t initially know how to sell them.
We as a society already have the things we want, but Best Buy survives because Americans can’t give up wrapping paper.