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.
Workers are demanding increased pay and conditions at onshore remote-control rooms that match those of offshore platforms.
The company has a sophisticated and secret program that is surveilling dozens of private Facebook groups set up by workers, internal documents and reports show.
On Wednesday, the day of the work stoppage, Shipt will expand a blackbox pay model that workers say will hurt their earnings.
"It's not like Trudeau is some great friend of the workers, but he's definitely nothing like Trump."
Streamers are trying to avoid Amazon's services—including Twitch.
As part of a historic May Day strike, frontline workers tell the public about their working conditions and why they believe there's strength in numbers.
The pandemic has placed underpaid workers in untenable positions, and they're trying to fight back.
Hundreds of workers from McDonald’s, Burger King, Taco Bell, Domino’s, and more chains will walk off the job to demand coronavirus protections.
The food delivery app is a gig economy pioneer, but its workers can also help to shape the future of work.
“We need to be screaming so that maybe people will just listen this time.”