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For Workers in Tech
For Workers in Tech
In recent years, tech companies have faced increased scrutiny, both externally and internally, as public awareness of their power and influence rose. Workers in this industry are coming together and embracing their collective power to advocate for critical changes. Whether fighting sexual harassment, advocating to end forced arbitration clauses, speaking out against contracts and business relationships they see as unethical, unjust, or predatory, or taking bold stances against their companies’ role in the climate crisis, workers are orchestrating walkouts, building networks, and launching campaigns every day.
Do you consider yourself a tech worker or someone who works in the tech industry?
Coworker provides support to organizing efforts in the tech industry and is here for employees ready to take action. Coworker provides people working in tech with expert support, in-person media and know-your-rights training, legal research, and more. Since 2016, we’ve provided pro bono education and training to employees and contractors at Google, Amazon, and other major tech firms with concerns about diversity and equity, working conditions, and the impact of technology on human and civil rights at their companies.
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Get in touch with one of our team members, check out some of the resources and active campaigns below, or start one of your own. Together we can build an industry that values equity and is committed to using tech for good.
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We’ve gathered resources for organizing in the tech industry.
Explore our curated resources to learn more about the specific challenges and opportunities in world of tech. For even more information about general labor organizing, visit our full library.
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How-To Guides Know Your Rights
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Campaign Stories How-To Guides
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