You are labor. I am labor. Everyone who works for a living is labor. So why are we getting our asses kicked?
The future is not completely unpredictable. Many of the most powerful economic and political trends in this country can be found inside an Amazon warehouse. And what happens to the workers there will say a lot about our collective future.
Everyone who has ever sat on a stalled subway train knows that the MTA, the agency responsible for keeping New York City transportation running, is broken. Why? We asked MTA employees to tell us.
Donald Trump loves trucks, I guess. Also, the trucking industry is poised to be decimated by technological change. Here we have an opportunity.
A special request to the labor unions of America: If it’s not too much trouble, could one of you unionize Amazon, fast?
Across the federal government, career employees are reckoning with the prospect of working for a Donald Trump administration. Today, people from the CDC, NLRB, DOT, TSA, and other agencies speak very freely about their hopes and fears.
As you glance up from your real job and gaze at the rows of offices occupied by “managers,” do you ever get the feeling that nothing of value is really going on over there? My friend, you are exactly right.
I found another angle on that office worker rampage, this one in color and with sound taken from a co-worker's cellphone. Apparently, it happened in Russia, and homeboy gets tazed at the end. Holy macaroni.
Click to viewThis is a security cam video of a guy who, to put it lightly, is sick of working in a cubicle farm. If you're looking to get yourself fired in a way that'll legally prevent you from ever entering the office or interacting with any of your former coworkers again, with a free room at the county correctional…