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Content about workers' experiences of their working lives and labour.
A follow up to shop talk.
Some thoughts from the factory floor
Careworkers: Cannon fodder to the coronavirus?
An article by a careworker in Manchester Solfed about how careworkers are being treated during the current crisis
Workers in Stalin's Russia - Marie Louise Berneri
A short book written in 1944. Berneri outlines how socialism did not exist in the U.S.S.R. and how the lives of workers under state socialism was…
Workers' Conditions in UK Warehouses
It is hard to describe how awful the job is. Almost anyone could do it for a few minutes, even find it stimulating, nice bit of exercise, find a…
Common sense for hard times
In 1973, author Jeremy Brecher spent a summer with truck driver and union activist Tim Costello interviewing young American workers about the…
The government's satisfaction, the hardships of the farmers!
The election manifesto in the current government, 'food for everyone' will be ensured, By 2013,…
Life and struggle of women's tea workers in Bangladesh
Talking about the life and struggle of the women workers of Bangladesh, discussion of the current…
The life of tea workers is very difficult
Tea workers at Srimangal in Sylhet, Bangladesh are spending their lives eating rice and rutti in the morning by eating tea leaves in the morning,…
Sabotage in the American workplace: anecdotes of dissatisfaction, mischief and revenge
A truly fantastic study of everyday employee resistance at work. First person accounts of sabotage,…
Careless: Care work in West London
A friend working in social care wrote down some experiences from the job. Of particular interest given the current debate about care crisis and…
Making the steam roll: a personal narrative of a locoman
A first person account by Dharampal/Comrade Burmee of a lifetime of work and struggle on the Indian…