Instacart, a grocery delivery company that relies on contract workers called “shoppers” to pick out and transport items to customers, announced at the beginning of November that it would be rolling out a new payment structure for those shoppers.
Hundreds of shoppers are complaining online that the changes have resulted in cuts to their earnings. Many are also calling for a boycott of the company.
Shoppers say the new payment system is causing some delays for customers as workers reject more jobs and encourage others to boycott the company. An executive at Instacart denied that this was the case.
Instacart rolled out a new payment system last month, and many of its shoppers weren’t too happy about it.
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