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Lauren Kaori Gurley a senior staff writer for Motherboard.
Starbucks executives have swarmed Buffalo, New York stores, pulling aside workers to chat one-on-one during their breaks, at peak hours, and at night.
Amazon will open a $21 million state-of-the-art warehouse in Tijuana, Mexico, that abuts a housing settlement made of cardboard, tarp, and wood scraps.
"When there’s rain or snow, you can make more money."
The socialist magazine fired most of its staff in early August after they attempted to form a worker co-op. Workers say, in retrospect, there were warning signs.
"We were fired by the editor-in-chief of a socialist magazine for trying to start a worker co-op," five fired staffers wrote in a letter posted on Tuesday.
Hundreds of workers who bake and ship Oreos, Chips Ahoy, and Ritz crackers have gone on strike in Oregon, Colorado, and Virginia.
Vaccinated warehouse workers wish Amazon would offer better incentives.
Unit is among several new digital platforms that aim to ease the unionization process and empower workers to stand up to their bosses, but some union organizers have their doubts.
Staff at Kimbal Musk's non-profit Big Green have been forbidden from talking to each other or the media about their union, and threatened with termination for doing so, according to an unfair labor practice charge.
The National Labor Relations Board found that Amazon illegally interfered with worker organizing at its Staten Island, New York warehouse in May.
On July 31, some DoorDash drivers will refuse to work on the app to protest low wages and DoorDash's decision to cut out a third-party app that allowed them to see their tips.