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Twenty-two current and former employees are speaking out against the billion-dollar startup, which continues to operate through an executive-order loophole.
Experts weigh in on ethical practices for retail delivery in the time of COVID-19.
Amazon fired an employee after they helped organize a walkout over the company’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic.
Shopping online means we rarely encounter any of the workers who make it possible.
From farmworkers to restaurant servers, the food system employs millions of laborers around the world to pick, package, transport, deliver, and cook our food every day. Of the 3 billion workers in the world's labor force, about 40 percent are employed in agriculture alone, according to the International Labor Organization of the United Nations (ILO).
The state of California just took a big step toward curbing the abuse of temporary workers. “Today marks a new era for worker
"I asked [project manager David Jennings] when I parked back there, 'What the hell are these cages back here?'" a lending
"We're thrilled," Lauren Teukolsky, one of lawyers for the plaintiffs, told HuffPost. "The workers are going to be receiving
Amazon commonly uses temp workers in its warehouses, and the South Carolina complaint names two temp firms, Staff Management
These victories are a step in the right direction. So now the question is, will Walmart also require their suppliers to institute these same policies -- and more?