Long, but interesting read about how membership programs should move out of the development department, and live more fully in organizations.
Taren Stinebrickner-Kauffman has thoughts about how electoral tech producers are failing us in their design efforts, and what to do to fix it.
What’s Going on in the Workforce
The NLRA just took a whack at baggage handling workers who had voted to join the IAM, potentially threatening the unionization of airport workers around the country.
What turns someone from a very-skilled hobbyist into a professional? WaPo looks at a new study that says participation in online crafting forums can be a key indicator and confidence-builder.
Lyft has announced changes to their driver policies, including that the app will default to a five-star rating for a ride that is not rated by the rider.
Almost 70% of ride-share drivers went on strike in Mumbai this weekend, and then marched to deliver a message to the state legislative session on Monday.
A recent decision by Australia’s Fair Work Commission may put the independent contractor model of delivery apps at risk.
NELP and the NWLC are co-hosting a webinar about how advocates can fight forced arbitration clauses and other waivers at work. Tuesday, 12/4 at 3 eastern.
What I didn’t know I needed for Christmas—the Sorry to Bother You study guide.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
CityLab takes a look at how corporate America—particularly big box stores—is fighting paying property taxes through “dark store theory,” which compares the value of stores that are open to ones that have shuttered, instead of other open stores.
Add Cook County, IL to the list of locations that have decided to invest in worker-owned cooperatives.