Advice and tips on taking good work strikes. Good work strikes involve doing your job to help customers, not bosses and can involve distributing goods or services without demanding payment, and more.
A short guide to working to rule - taking industrial action without losing pay by following your work's rules so strictly that nothing gets done.
Instead of striking, workers with demands that the bosses are unwilling to meet can collectively decide to start a go-slow. This article contains tips and advice.
The GMB Union has accused JJB of illegally breaking a strike by warehouse workers at its Wigan depot.
A round-up of the political activity on the Sussex uni campus in the 2005/6 academic year.
Postal workers in Canada have refused to handle a homophobic pamphlet that was produced by a Christian fundamentalist group.
Further Education lecturers in Northern Ireland have been on strike this week over pay parity with schoolteachers.
Ryanair workers are taking industrial action in Spain and Italy this week.
Passport workers across the country are striking today over a pay dispute, with the workforce also engaged in an ongoing work to rule.
A set of tips and advice guides for organising in your workplace. From basic principles and getting started, to making demands, taking action such as strikes, and winning them.
Content about workers' direct action on the job at work, including go slows, dual power and work to rules.
Aufheben's analysis of the long-term project to turn the NHS into a private sector, market-oriented healthcare industry.
Gribble describes several different schools around the world with pupils from all backgrounds, and demonstrates how children do better when they are allowed to think for themselves. He provides...
Introduction and political statement of the 1970s libertarian socialist Workplace Organizing Committee and their paper Against the Grain.
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