What’s Going on in the Workforce
Philly baristas are sharing wages on a public spreadsheet. It’s not a good look for the industry, overall.
Last week, a group of Google subcontractors in Pittsburgh voted to join USW. An important note: that’s Pittsburgh with an “h.”
Uber has opened a temporary staffing agency in Chicago. I’m sure that’ll end well.
The Perils of Trumpism
Scalia’s son confirmed as Secretary of Labor. That’s the tweet.
A great piece about the app launched by Rideshare Drivers United, and how they are using it to organize a disaggregated workforce.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
You know you’ve made it, when undergraduates (?) are opining about your campaign in a campus newspaper.
The EEOC has ruled that companies can’t use Facebook ad targeting to discriminate against women, people of color, and other protected folks in online job recruitment ads.
Arizona relaxed safety requirements for drivers, in order to contract with Uber & Lyft to provide transportation for Medicaid patients.
Birmingham, AL just became the latest city to limit the amount of dollar stores they are allowing to open.