Written by Jake Perez
Grocery delivery app Instacart is cutting almost 1,900 jobs, including all 10 of its union positions. According to Bloomberg, the company says it’s transitioning to new models, including sharing its tech with retailers and having their own workers manage customer orders. In fact, warehouse club Costco just announced it’s piloting a curbside pickup option that uses Instacart technology at three New Mexico locations. The union slammed Instacart’s decision on behalf of its workers and added that “destroying the jobs of nearly 2,000 dedicated frontline workers in the middle of this public health crisis is simply wrong.”
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