Tag: workplace organising
The return of a Tory MP from Redcar, whose steel plant closed in 2017, is a symptom of a feeling of abandonment in many former industrial communities. Brian Parkin looks at the prospect for resistance in what remains of the British steel industry
David Evans writes for the What a Way to Make a Living series on the pitfalls of precarious working as a PhD student teaching part-time in a university.
Liz Forster's article from 2018 takes a close look at the precarious working conditions of the arts.
The Labour and Tory manifestos could hardly be more different when it comes to workers’ individual and collective rights, but there are also important implications for what happens after the election - whatever the result.
Katherine Hearst, art worker and climate activist reflects on the links between precarity and the climate crisis.
A former agency worker recounts their experiences in the hospitality industry.
In the latest instalment of our What a way to make a living series, Daniel Freeborn tells us about the daily grind at a Royal Mail sorting office.
Ikenna Azụbụike Ọnwụnabọnze reports on the antiracist action of Royal Mail workers in the Bootle and Seaforth Delivery Office and reflects on the necessity of collective action as the CWU announced the result of its ballot for a strike action yesterday.
Educators in the sixth form sector prepare for 3 days of strike action over funding and pay beginning Thursday 17 October.