The work at XPO warehouses is carried on the shoulders of black women who are sexually harassed, bullied and discriminated against, and it’s time for us to come forward so their clients fully understand the conditions their products are handled in.
By a 5-1 margin, drivers at XPO Logistics, Inc. in Cinnaminson, N.J. voted today to become members of Teamsters Local 107 in Philadelphia, becoming the latest group of workers to challenge the company’s ongoing mistreatment of workers.
WBUR speaks with NY Times reporters Natalie Kitroeff and Jessica Silver-Greenberg about their investigation into the discrimination of pregnant workers by employers like XPO Logistics denying accommodations, forcing them to continue to do heavy working, leading to miscarriages.
Women in strenuous jobs lost their pregnancies after employers denied their requests for light duty, even ignoring doctors’ notes, an investigation by The New York Times has found.
Port truck drivers and warehouse workers from XPO and NFI took part in a historic three-day strike in October 2018 to escalate the fight against misclassification, wage theft and abusive working conditions at the ports. Workers picketed terminals at the Ports of Los Angeles, Long Beach and San Diego, and joined together with community allies to take direct action for immigrant rigthts and workers' rights.
Immigrant workers entered into agreements with XPO so they could become truck owners. Instead, many ended up with nothing.
(CALIFORNIA) – Port truck drivers for XPO Logistics Inc. who are on strike held rallies in Los Angeles and San Diego and demanded the company end the rampant day-to-day abuse of drivers. The actions come on the heels of a breaking victory as the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement recognized a striking driver as in fact employed by XPO and determined the company owes him $123,074.43 in back pay. Hundreds of port truck drivers from XPO, as well as NFI Industries, walked off the job on Monday.