Tech workers at the Times are organizing, but rather than recognizing their union, management is running tactics out of a union-busting playbook.
"These ads should never have been allowed to run on our service," Twitch said.
It was a mistake, the company said, but highlights the imprecision of automated language filters.
21 freelance writers for 'Lovestruck' have gone on strike, after management refused to negotiate with the group collectively.
Riot Games' decision to try and block lawsuits being filed against the company prompted an enormous internal blowback it's still wrestling with.
Canadian developer KO_OP has been experimenting with the co-op model long before America's socialism flirtation—and it's working.
At the end of the day, the only thing that matters is the pursuit of endless growth and endless profits.
In an industry with a long history of sexual harassment and other rough conditions, unions see an opportunity.
In a year filled with debate about work-life balance, crunch culture, and "passion," the first steps towards developer organization are finally being taken.
Even if 'The Walking Dead' comes back, it means nothing if the company's 275 employees never get a severance check.
Some didn't want to talk about it, others praised governments with pro-labor laws, and most were somewhere in-between.