A mediados de octubre, las mujeres comenzaron a publicar #MeToo tras la denuncia del grotesco comportamiento del magnate de Hollywood Harvey Weinstein. En cuestión de días, millones de mensajes y tweets de hombres y mujeres, revelaron que el acoso sexual en el trabajo es una realidad generalizada. Aunque la mayor parte de la cobertura de… Read more »
Posts in: workers
Tackling workplace harassment and abuse and the idea of women as property.
A bit of Australian working class history.
For the first time in nine years and three election terms, the National Party is out. The Labour Party is in — but with a little help from some old friends.
Full-time, permanent, award, conditions, pay rates, safety, security, satisfaction, career, retirement. These were once everyday words in the workplace.
New Year’s Greetings from the Freedom Socialist Party: A Salute to the Fighters of 2017 and Those in the Wings
Let’s open 2018 like we opened 2017 — with a roar!
We thank Bay Area labor unions for standing up for city services and dignity on the job.
Fund services, not tax breaks for developers
May 2017 — Autoworkers fight for contract. Seventy percent of Volkswagen-Chattanooga workers in Tennessee voted to join United Auto Workers over a year ago. Yet the automaker still defies U.S. government orders to negotiate a contract. Unionists from seven other countries visited to show support for Local 42’s anger at unsafe working conditions, constant shift… Read more »
AUTOMATION Question on the future I read with great interest Muffy Sunde’s succinct and informative piece “Rise of the robots: Disappearing jobs” [Vol. 38, No. 2]. I’m glad to see the Freedom Socialist tackling the subject of automation, as it’s one that has intrigued and troubled me for some time. One related question that I’d… Read more »