You’ll Never Guess What Target Was Just Caught Doing–Workers Are SO Mad!

Target is facing backlash–and worker protests–over their grocery delivery service Shipt.

It turns out that workers are NOT happy about the company’s move toward an algorithm-based pay structure. Workers, who planned a walk-off on July 15th, allege that the algorithm change will reduce their pay by at least 30%. Wow!

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The Target-owned company launched the new pay model ( “V2) in some markets in 2019. Workers immediately reported a pay cut between 40 and 50% as a result of the change. And now Shipt is rolling it out in new markets. Yikes!

What exactly is the pay policy? Shipt told The Verge that it can, “better account for the actual effort it takes to complete and deliver orders by factoring in estimated drive time, the number of items in the order, peak shopping windows and location.”

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Additionally, some orders “may pay out differently than before since payment is based on effort and not on the value of the order.” Hm. They also stated that they have seen average base pay levels remain consistent and slightly higher in some cases.

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Additionally, some orders “may pay out differently than before since payment is based on effort and not on the value of the order.” Hm. They also stated that they have seen average base pay levels remain consistent and slightly higher in some cases.

Shipt workers have their own take, however. “This seismic company shift is occurring at the same time that its shoppers — essential workers taking unprecedented risks during this pandemic — are already suffering significantly,” a group of workers wrote on Medium.

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“At the same time Shipt — a corporation profiteering off consumer fears during this pandemic — is experiencing obscene increases in its sales.” Oh snap!

So, what do you think–are Shipt workers correct in planning walk-offs to protest the change?

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