Wayfair Workers Walk Out The Nation
“i don’t think [these goals are] unreasonable and i don’t think our leadership team won’t entertain them,” an organizer for the walkout told the cut. at the event, many employees wore wayfair shirts, and stressed that they generally liked the company despite the walkout. Employees for the online retailer wayfair say they plan a walkout from company headquarters wednesday in protest of the company selling furniture to migrant detention facilities. A participant of the wayfair walkout holds a sign tha reads "dont look away" in copley square on june 26, 2019 in boston, mass. wayfair sold more than $200,000 in bedroom furniture to a texas. Just before the walkout, wayfair's founder offered to donate $100,000 to the red cross "to help those in dire need of basic necessities at the border," the boston globe reported. but that fell. Wayfair declined to comment on the walkout. social media has helped fuel a host of boycotts in the nearly three years since president trump’s election.
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Wayfair walkout: employees stage protest over company selling goods to detention camps. employees of boston based online retailer wayfair plan to walk out wednesday in protest of the company. Employees at the online retailer wayfair protested the company selling beds to migrant detention camps with a walkout our live coverage of this event has concluded. read more here about the rally. Wayfair walkout: boston employees protest sale of furniture to detention center "this is the first time i felt like i needed to hit the streets to make sure i was proud of my company, to make sure. The walkout was planned after employees discovered last week that wayfair intended to fulfill an order from bcfs, a government contractor that is operating camps at the border, for $200,000 worth.
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