What’s Going on in the Workforce
Ridesharing drivers in cities around the world plan to strike this week, in advance of Uber’s IPO.
Tesla manufacturing workers: “we’d like a more predictable schedule.” Tesla: “how about the ability to borrow against your paycheck?” Tesla workers: “nobody asked for that.”
The Perils of Trumpism
Shocking possibly no one, the Trump Secretary of Labor does not support raising the minimum wage.
And while we’re (still) talking about the terrible nature of the Trump DoL (seriously, will we ever get to stop?)—last week, at the end of April they stated the obvious—they think platform workers are independent contractors, and won’t be doing anything about misclassification.
Reputation, reputation, reputation
Ever wonder what Amazon knows about you? Check out all the kinds of information that the company is collecting about users.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
Workers for some of the biggest companies in the US talk about their struggles with poverty wages. Is capitalism broken, or is it working as it was intended?
“It’s the unspoken racism that’s most damaging.” What’s it like to be a Black chef in a fine dining restaurant?