Articles in Labor
It’s non-negotiable. Writers should refuse to produce uncompensated work, and publications should be shamed when they ask for it.
Variations in the legend of a steel driving man tell us about differing American views of the value and purpose of work.
Gavin Mueller’s “Why You Should be Breaking Things at Work” makes a persuasive case for the Luddites. So why have so many people—including your favorite Communist philosophers—insisted that they were wrong?
The arms race between studios is burning out developers, and nobody is benefitting except the bosses.
Paying workers $7.25 an hour is cruel. Paying them even less is inhumane.
Bezos may be out as CEO, but the bullshit continues to flow.
A manual worker is not defined solely by the work they do.
For a guy whose memoir is titled Conscious Leadership, John Mackey lacks self-awareness.
Instead of providing employees with decent working conditions or benefits, U.S. companies suggest they meditate instead.
Until you can pay your rent with good intentions, you need the protection of a union contract.
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