What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Front Line Retail & Food Industry Employees Protest Working Conditions“If we're essential workers we should be respected as essential workers."
Coronavirus Updates: Mayo Clinic Launches New COVID-19 Information Skill For Amazon's AlexaMayo Clinic has officially launched a new skill for Alexa, Amazon's cloud-based voice service, to provide users with a convenient way to get the latest information about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: 50+ Amazon Shakopee Warehouse Workers Walk Off Job Over Safety ConcernsMore than 50 Amazon warehouse workers in Shakopee walked off the job early Sunday morning due to COVID-19 concerns
Coronavirus Updates: Amazon Warehouse Workers Might Walk Off The Job TuesdayAmazon warehouse workers across the country might walk off the job Tuesday in protest for safer working conditions amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Omar Calls For Investigation Into Amazon Over Firing Of Shakopee WorkersRep. Ilhan Omar is calling for an investigation into Amazon over the internet giant’s firing of two Minnesota warehouse workers who had raised concerns about workplace safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Amazon Hires 600 Workers In MinnesotaAmazon says it’s hired more than 600 workers in Minnesota as demand for its service has increased amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: Ilhan Omar Among Lawmakers Calling For Amazon To Do More For WorkersRep. Ilhan Omar is among a group of U.S. lawmakers asking Amazon to be more transparent and proactive in its efforts to keep warehouse employees safe amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
As Unemployment Rises, Several Minnesota Companies Are Looking To Hire WorkersWCCO has compiled a list of jobs available right now.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Amazon Limits Shipments To Warehouses For 3 WeeksTo make room for toilet paper, hand sanitizer and other items in high demand during the global viral pandemic, Amazon said it is limiting what brands and independent sellers can send to its warehouses for the next three weeks.
What Can You Do To Make Sure Your Packages Aren't Stolen?The U.S. Postal Service alone says it will bring more than 20 million packages per day to people’s homes. But, will the delivery person let you know your gifts have arrived? What are the companies policies when it comes to dropping off your goods? Good Question.