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Wayfair employees are walking out
This afternoon, 550 employees at the Boston-based ecommerce company Wayfair staged a walkout opposing sale of company furniture to migrant detention centers.
Last week, Wayfair workers discovered an order for $200,000 worth of beds and other furniture reportedly placed by government contractor BCFS for a new detention center in Carrizo Springs, Texas.
Employee protesters requested the company provide a code of ethics for sales that “empowers Wayfair and its employees to act in accordance with our core values."