Wednesday, 26 June 2019

Employees creating furnishings for concentration camp to walk out

quote [ Wayfair employees plan to walk out tomorrow, after no action was taken in response to their opposition to the company supplying border detention camps with beds for children. ]

Real worker's solidarity is the best tool we have.
The CEO being a baptist is all for this shit, because of course he is.
[SFW] [business] [+10 Good]
[by eggboy@1:48amGMT]


satanspenis666 said @ 3:56am GMT on 26th Jun [Score:1 Informative]
mechanical contrivance said @ 1:09pm GMT on 26th Jun
Isn't Wayfair stuff expensive? Shouldn't they be buying beds from Ikea?
conception said @ 3:46pm GMT on 26th Jun
Wayfair is just China Direct basically.
Spleentwentythree said @ 4:42pm GMT on 26th Jun
"go ahead and walk out, we'll just make the kids build their own beds"

-so now you're having immigrants take American jobs?-

"I just can't win with you people"

rapscallion said @ 2:42am GMT on 27th Jun
So...they hate these children so much they think they should sleep on the floor like animals? Wayfair workers are scum.
snowfox said @ 8:08am GMT on 27th Jun
I was wondering about that too. While in some cases refusal to work would stop the operation, in this case they're not going to stop imprisoning children, they're just going to stop giving them beds until they find a new source.

At the top level, Wayfair's execs should commit the profits from these sales to fighting that system. It would probably be more effective than pulling out altogether.

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