As an organization supporting workers to fight for dignity and respect at work, it’s vital that we’re applying that lens to our own workplace and fighting to make it better every day.
90% of drivers surveyed said Uber and Lyft’s per-trip fuel surcharge “is not sufficient to help with gas prices.”
While global civil society and privacy advocates have been documenting the use of biometric identity identification software the past four years, their use is becoming more prevalent in the US and globally.
A panel discussion about the history of Black labor justice, the urgency to fight the challenges Black people are currently facing at work, and the need to visualize and build a future where Black labor and leadership are centered, valued, and respected.
Is your employer backed by private equity or facing bankruptcy? From potential job losses to lower wages and more, keep reading about what to watch for and how to protect yourself and your coworkers.
Through collective pay transparency, workers are exposing pay disparities and fighting back against information asymmetry.
Art, creativity, expression—no matter the form or medium—is a critical to healing and transformative organizing.
Our team at Coworker.org is committed to using our resources, networks, and power in support of dismantling white supremacy and systemic racism in our workplaces and across our economy.
BACK TO BLOG #ShutdownStories and the Federal Employee Takeover of Social Media FEBRUARY 14, 2019 | COWORKER.ORG (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais) During the longest-ever federal government shutdown that began in December 2018, an unprecedented number of federal employees used social media to share their stories with the public, and pressure elected leaders to take action. …
BACK TO BLOG The Beginning of a 21st Century Labor Movement AUG 30, 2018 | COWORKER.ORG In ancient Roman mythology, Janus is the god of transitions, of beginnings and endings. With the Supreme Court decision on Janus v. AFSCME this past year, the U.S. labor movement as it has existed for a century will never …