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.
Target's delivery app Shipt claims that the new pay model will compensate its 200,000 delivery workers based on "effort." But in cities where the model has already taken effect, workers claim their wages have fallen by 15-50 percent.
The government won't make us protect ourselves and others, but some companies will. Thanks, President Best Buy!
On Wednesday, the day of the work stoppage, Shipt will expand a blackbox pay model that workers say will hurt their earnings.
Video of the brawl that broke out at the Los Angeles store went viral.
As part of a historic May Day strike, frontline workers tell the public about their working conditions and why they believe there's strength in numbers.
Essential workers worry they might bring the disease home to their immunocompromised family members. Some are quitting out of fear.
While competitors Target and Home Depot have reduced store hours to help combat the coronavirus, Lowe’s continues to expose staff and customers.
'They treat us like robots and we feel like prisoners.'
The Target-owned grocery delivery company Shipt is rolling out a new algorithmic pay model that is already draining paychecks. And workers are terrified to speak out.
The 23-year-old is trying to be responsible. During the last semester, he worked nights five days a week at Target. On his days off, he went to class.