This new study looks at how white activists are contributing to activist burnout, with activists of color in the US.
Reputation, reputation, reputation
Workers are pushing back against the use of biometric data for identification at work, especially when companies aren’t transparent about how that data is stored.
Sharing, Solidarity & Sustainability
Tech workers in the UK are creating projects with ending Brexit in mind.
NELP has released a report looking at how Handy has lobbied to change employee misclassification laws to advance their business model of independent contracting, in several states.
What’s Going on in the Workforce
Unions were highlighted on stage during the Game Developers Choice Awards last week in SF—despite the fact that no major game developer has unionized yet.
Could drivers’ strikes impact the success of Uber & Lyft’s IPOs? “…once you pass your background test anybody can drive. Uber should put a cap on drivers.” It’s not just big cities that are experiencing a glut of drivers. It’s everywhere.
The New York Supreme Court just ruled that it’s okay to require home care workers to work without pay for 11 hours of a 24-hour shift.
I know, I’m a weirdo. But a new Boston Dynamics video will always brighten my day.