Articles in Labor

The Wreckage of the Last Energy Epoch: Abandoned Wells and Workers

We do not need oil and gas companies. But we do need oil and gas workers.


The Royal Jelly Problem of Modern Workplaces

In which predetermining the success of a few leaves the vast majority neglected and bound for failure.


The Service Industry and its Discontents

As the industry struggles towards “business as usual”, all restaurant workers have to return to is grueling work, exploitive conditions, and criminally low wages.


Debt Strike, Employee-Owned Businesses, and Other Surprisingly Simple Tech Fixes

With over 44 million Americans in student loan debt, we may well be each other’s greatest resource.


It’s Time for a New Labor Movement in the Performing Arts

With performing arts still mostly shut down due to the pandemic, it’s time to plan a better industry for when they return.


In Defense of Laziness

Is it “lazy” to not want to do meaningless work?


Working Nine-to-Nine

The entertainment industry’s absurd exploitative working hours have been normalized for too long. When production restarts, we need to reject “normal” and demand reasonable conditions.


How To Organize

People may tell you it’s time to “organize!!,” but it’s quite likely you have no clue what that means or where to start. Fortunately, Cate Root is here to help.


Why Would A Union Oppose Medicare For All?

The Culinary Union’s stance on Medicare for All raises serious questions for the immigrant labor movement. It is in Labor’s interest to back M4A.


(We)Work is a Scam

What the fall of WeWork tells us about the unicorn economy and worker exploitation.


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