The Russian online store Wildberries has closed several issue points and is exporting goods from them. On this subject reported RBC in the market press service.
“As we warned yesterday, with ‘partners’ choosing uncivilized forms of dialogue, threatening business representatives and trying to disrupt the work of the office, cooperation will be suspended for security reasons,” says the press release.
The company said several distribution outlets have been closed, with Wildberries-owned merchandise and contractor vendors removed.
March 14 at the main office of Wildberries in Moscow came more than 50 order issuing point owners. They objected to the introduction of company fines for returning faulty items to the point of issue. Wildberries said the information about the gathering outside the office is false. Those present said they planned to strike.
The next day, several Wildberries issue points in different cities of Russia did not open. “Taiga.Info” writing, that employees of distribution points of the Krasnoyarsk and Trans-Baikal territories, Irkutsk and Kemerovo regions, Buryatia, participate in the strike. Chita.ru reported that 14 out of 80 distribution points were not working in the city.
The Moscow region prosecutor’s office announced that it plans to verify information about the violation of the labor rights of market employees. The department attributed this to media reports of “inappropriate deductions of funds” from employee salaries.