-The Wall Street Journal
At least 383 companies, with more than two million workers in 50 states, including JPMorgan Chase, Target, Best Buy and HP have signed on to the Time to Vote initiative. Organizers said they aim to enlist 1,000 companies by November, more than double the number that participated in a similar turnout drive in the 2018 midterm elections.
Walmart Employees Say They’re Preparing For Job Cuts As Retailer Rolls Out Its ‘Great Workplace’ Program
– The Washington Post
With technology taking on more “mundane and repetitive” tasks, he said, Walmart has shifted its focus to rethinking employee roles.
– The New York Times Magazine
The New York Times Magazine publishes an in-depth piece on Google in the wake of recent worker activism, including sharing stories of former employees.
Cities are shutting down recycling programs because the economics no longer work. The future of recycling is as uncertain as ever.