Nation
World
Business
Politics
Opinion
Sports
Crime
Science
Tech
Health
Entertainment
Life
Oddities

Instacart to cut 1,900 jobs, including its only unionized workers

Por: Los Angeles Times Business January 22, 2021

thumbnail

Instacart Inc. is cutting about 1,900 employees’ jobs, including 10 workers who recently formed a union, as the company seeks to boost its ranks of contract workers. The grocery delivery company already classifies most of its workers as independent contractors, whose numbers have ballooned to more than 500,000 during the COVID-19 pandemic. But starting in 2015, the company hired a small subset of workers as employees, who under U.S. law are... + full article



Similar News

Instacart to let go of hundreds of its shopper employees -- including those who unionized

CNN USA Business January 22, 2021

thumbnail(CNN Business)Last February, a group of Instacart employees who worked as in-store shoppers at a Mariano's grocery store in Skokie, Illinois, voted to unionize in a historic moment for the gig economy. Nearly one year later, those workers have been informed that their jobs... + más

Instacart to cut 1,900 jobs, including its only unionized workers | Los Angeles Times

Instacart is firing every employee who voted to unionize | The Verge


Instacart is firing every employee who voted to unionize

The Verge USA Tech January 21, 2021

thumbnailInstacart is laying off every employee who voted to unionize, . The news comes as the company shuts down in-store operations at some grocery stores amid the coronavirus pandemic and doubles down on curbside pickups. The layoffs impact 10 unionized workers at a grocery store... + más

Instacart to let go of hundreds of its shopper employees -- including those who unionized | CNN

Instacart axes 1,900 employees, including its only unionized workers | New York Post


Instacart taps Goldman Sachs banker as CFO ahead of expected 2021 IPO

CNBC USA Tech January 07, 2021

thumbnailInstacartAhead of its anticipated 2021 IPO, Instacart said Thursday it has named Goldman Sachs lead internet banker as its next chief financial officer. Nick Giovanni, currently head of technology, media and telecom group, will join Instacart on Jan. 27, succeeding Sagar... + más

Instacart just hired top Goldman Sachs tech banker Nick Giovanni as CFO as the grocery-delivery giant gears up to go public | Business Insider

Instacart hires Goldman Sachs’ Nick Giovanni as new CFO | New York Post


Instacart hires Goldman Sachs’ Nick Giovanni as new CFO

New York Post USA Business January 07, 2021

thumbnailMore On: Instacart said on Thursday it had hired Goldman Sachs banker Nick Giovanni as its new chief financial officer, as the grocery delivery app gears up for a potential initial public offering. Giovanni, who was at Goldman Sachs for more than 20 years and most recently was... + más

Instacart just hired top Goldman Sachs tech banker Nick Giovanni as CFO as the grocery-delivery giant gears up to go public | Business Insider

Instacart taps Goldman Sachs banker as CFO ahead of expected 2021 IPO | CNBC


Baton Rouge added 2,000 jobs in November, still down 4.5% from a year ago

The Advocate USA Business December 30, 2020

thumbnailThe economic recovery in the capital region continued through November with the addition of 2,000 jobs since October but was still down 4.5% from a year ago as impacts from the coronavirus pandemic remain.The Baton Rouge metro area had 395,500 jobs in November, down 18,700 from... + más

EMS service dog joins team to comfort paramedics after tough calls: 'She's just gonna love you.' | The Advocate

After buying Belle of Baton Rouge, Casino Queen reaches deal to buy Hollywood Casino Baton Rouge | The Advocate


Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure.

The Wall Street Journal USA Business December 28, 2020

thumbnailGrocery-delivery service Instacart Inc. once seemed like the perfect partner for supermarkets looking to break into e-commerce. After several years together, though, some grocers are starting to question the relationship. Instacart’s technology provided a ready-made solution... + más

Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure. | The Wall Street Journal

Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure. | The Wall Street Journal


Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure.

The Wall Street Journal USA Tech December 28, 2020

thumbnailGrocery-delivery service Instacart Inc. once seemed like the perfect partner for supermarkets looking to break into e-commerce. After several years together, though, some grocers are starting to question the relationship. Instacart’s technology provided a ready-made solution... + más

Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure. | The Wall Street Journal

Instacart Looked Like a Savior. Now Stores Aren’t So Sure. | The Wall Street Journal



About iurex | Privacy Policy | Descargo de Responsabilidad |