employees of the boston based online housewares giant wayfair say they will stage a walkout at the companys ba
Employees of the Boston-based online housewares giant Wayfair say they will stage a walkout at the company’s Back Bay offices Wednesday to protest the company’s decision to sell furniture to operators of facilities for detained migrant children.
wayfair employees learned last week that a 200000 order of furniture had been placed by bcfs a government cont
Wayfair employees learned last week that a $200,000 order of furniture had been placed by BCFS, a government contractor that has been managing camps at the border. “We were disheartened and concerned about Wayfair’s business” with BCFS, an employee said.
update wayfair s cofounders have written a note to employees saying the company will make a 100000 donation to
#WayfairWalkout update: Wayfair's cofounders have written a note to employees saying the company will make a $100,000 donation to the American Red Cross to support its “effort to help those in dire need of basic necessities at the border.”
workers at wayfair a company that sells furniture and home products rejected their companys plan to sell more
Workers at Wayfair, a company that sells furniture and home products, rejected their company’s plan to sell more than $200K in furniture to an immigrant detention center, citing atrocities at the border. This sparked the #WayfairWalkout in June. (6/9)