Articles in Labor
Businesses sit on a treasure trove of employee surveillance data, which is a threat to working class power and to a dignified work experience.
A theory on the function of bullshit jobs: to maintain the illusion of meritocracy and to provide status and prestige for elites.
Union member and Amazon worker Justine Medina on how workers achieved their historic victory when many doubted them.
There is a difference between political actions that are expressive and those that are tactical. We have to act on the basis of what works, not what feels noble.
As faculty positions become more like gig work, the future of higher education will depend on unionized workers.
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.
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