Echoing the concerns of worker activists in Silicon Valley, employees of Microsoft, Google, and Amazon in the U.K., are joining the first union branch exclusively for tech workers in the country, which launched Tuesday.
Future Club wants employees to feel "they're invested in the game and the survival and sustainability of the team itself."
The National Labor Review Board found merit that No Evil Foods illegally terminated the two union organizers, and issued a complaint on Wednesday alleging the company violated the law by firing employees because they "assisted a union."
Gravediggers employed by one of the country’s largest cemetery and funeral home corporations, StoneMor, are battling for their first union contract—amid a COVID-related increase in burials.
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Target's delivery app Shipt claims that the new pay model will compensate its 200,000 delivery workers based on "effort." But in cities where the model has already taken effect, workers claim their wages have fallen by 15-50 percent.
Six months after Kickstarter workers voted in the first union at a major tech company in the U.S., a federal agency has found sufficient evidence that management violated the National Labor Relations Act by firing a union organizer.
Hackers are breaking into Instacart's gig workers' accounts, changing personal information, and actively shopping orders, giving rise to a flurry of racist and xenophobic theories that have divided shoppers along political lines.
Amid accusations of racial abuse and toxic work culture at the tech non-profit DoSomething, twenty-four employees began a work stoppage on Tuesday, saying they will not resume work until CEO Aria Finger resigns.
We spoke to drivers in closed Facebook groups on Amazon's "social media monitoring list."