What’s Going on in the Workforce?
You knew it was only a matter of time—a school to help people apply for gigs in the on-demand economy.
How would you feel about flying into an airport where there aren’t any human air traffic controllers on the scene? It’s like a Reagan fantasy come true.
Sweden is experimenting with a six-hour workday, and their Conservatives want the experiment to end…
The future of management jobs may involve more software than humans. Meet iCEO.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
Want to monetize whatever your expertise is in? This new app wants to connect you with people who have questions that they want to ask a real person, not google. (Surprisingly, when I signed myself up, I discovered that “Elections” is not an option for expertise, but “Union Elections” is.)
This computer scientist says we should be running experiments with Universal Basic Income, to prep for a day when most humans may not have traditional jobs.
Why not organize an event for New Economy’s “New Economy Week,” being held from November 9-15th.
Reputation, reputation, reputation
Construction workers come under increasing scrutiny, as companies use drones to make sure they’re working.
Berlin trip to learn how to do better mobile organizing? If only it weren’t during GOTV!
And the Young Workers Media Project just released this resource guide: Black Lives Matter at Work.
Can we program robots to ask questions when they don’t know how to do something?