An article discussing the personal experiences of anarchist organising on-the-job in the New York area in the early 1980s.
Here are seven editions of the bulletin produced by the rank-and-file postal workers' group Communication Workers Group.
An interesting interview with two workers in the Curzon Cinema group who have been involved in a recent campaign for unionisation and the living wage.
A great set of short, first person accounts of strike action and industrial disputes in the UK from a broad range of workers from the late 19th to late 20th centuries, compiled by Robert Leeson.
An account by a Starbucks Workers Union organizer of a successful work-to-rule.
An article from an IWW organizer about his organizing that led to his being fired and returned to work.
An article by Luz Sierra about the gendered expectations she has faced within her family and culture.
A short of account of a low-level direct action - a collective refusal to undertake a certain aspect of work - that occurred at a small language school.
An account of organising in a US college cafeteria.
A short account from a friend of ours of how he and his colleagues managed to get a member of staff who had been suspended on disciplinary grounds reinstated.
Articles, interviews and accounts about organising at work, problems people have come up against and lessons they have learned.
What does it mean to work in the language teaching industry? A follow-on blog from our callout...
The Call Centre Diaries will be a semi regular series detailing my experiences as a precarious worker. To kick things off I’m going to share my experiences of working at Manpower, a major UK...
A personal reflection on membership of the Solidarity group.
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