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The board's investigation has also found evidence that Google illegally fired two worker activists in 2019, and illegally surveilled, retaliated against, and interrogated other employees engaged in labor organizing.
The day of action includes strikes and protests from garment manufacturers in Bangladesh to call center workers in the Philippines to warehouse workers in the U.S., Europe, and Mexico.
Dozens of leaked documents from Amazon’s Global Security Operations Center reveal the company’s reliance on Pinkerton operatives to spy on warehouse workers and the extensive monitoring of labor unions, environmental activists, and other social movements.
Seventy-five workers at a major regional food distributor in Fargo, North Dakota are striking to demand COVID-19 protections—as the state faces the highest Coronavirus mortality rate in the country.
New data suggests another wave of COVID-19-related lockdowns and restrictions could spark more strikes and protests led by gig workers and Amazon warehouse associates.
Laid-off cafeteria workers will lead a protest outside Verizon Media CEO's San Francisco house on Tuesday following the release of a report on how Silicon Valley's cafeteria workers, janitors, and security guards have fared during the pandemic.
Biden has outlined a plan for ensuring workers on gig economy apps receive employee-rights and benefits—but the labor movement is under no illusions that his administration will easily deliver on those plans.
Prop 22 election results indicate that the backlash to Uber, Lyft, and Instacart is fiercest in San Francisco and the greater Silicon Valley.
Employees at Verkada accessed the company's facial recognition system to take photos of women colleagues and make sexually explicit jokes.
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.