What’s Going on in the Workforce
UPS is piloting drone delivery of the blood supply. Insert your vampire bat joke of choice here…
The Open Markets Institute looks at the impact of monopolies on workers and others, in America’s food production.
A growing number of UK companies are moving to a four-day workweek—and finding increased productivity is the result.
Immigration issues, and a lack of overall respect for the profession is causing worker shortages in the home care industry.
I don’t usually post fundraising events on this blog, but I have to make an exception for the National Employment Law Project’s 50th Anniversary event. These are the movement lawyers for every US working people’s organization. Dig deep.
You know what every autonomous floor-buffing robot needs? A smiley face painted on the front.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
The Connecticut legislature is taking a step towards banning non-competes for low-wage workers.
The unemployment rate for Black workers is still 2x the rate for white workers.
Jersey City, NJ wants to mandate that all ride-sharing companies provide their drivers with illuminated signage, after a New Jersey woman was murdered in SC when she got into a car she thought was her Uber.
One way of making people understand the scale of the plastics-in-the-ocean problem? Exhibit it in a museum.