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<p>Lauren Kaori Gurley a staff writer for Motherboard. </p>
The messaging has raised concerns that Uber is abusing its platform to sway drivers and customers for whom the app might be a primary source of information about California's Proposition 22.
The program codifies what many Amazon workers have been saying about their dangerous, low-paying jobs: warehouse workers need an option like this because they're not earning enough to make it to payday.
"Please retrieve one Prop 22 sticker and insert and place it in your customer's order."
Don't shop Amazon's deals without learning about these first.
Facebook Workers Sign Petition Demanding Hazard Pay for Content Moderators Who Have to Go Back to the Office
Hundreds of Facebook workers are asking the company to give hazard pay to contracted moderators who have to go back to the office during the pandemic.
The National Labor Relations Board issued a formal complaint against Google contractor HCL, alleging that the company has repeatedly violated union members' rights.
Workers are demanding increased pay and conditions at onshore remote-control rooms that match those of offshore platforms.
Four Amazon employees at a facility in Oklahoma City described a systemic failure on the part of the company to quickly accommodate pregnancy restrictions, forcing some workers to risk miscarriage and others to the brink of homelessness.
XPO Logistics has long hidden behind the big brands that utilize its shipping and logistics services, such as Amazon, Target, and Walmart, but a report released on Wednesday shines a light on its exploitative labor practices around the world.
The crowdfunding platform, which has tried to distinguish itself as a progressive alternative to Silicon Valley tech companies, has agreed to pay $36,599 to a union organizer that it fired in 2019.
More than 35 warehouse workers walked off a night shift at an Amazon warehouse in Shakopee, Minnesota on Thursday to protest the firing of a co-worker who raised safety concerns to management.
A presidential election delay is unlikely under any scenario and has never happened—but is not entirely impossible. Here's how it could happen.