Now lasting for over 100 days, food couriers in Sheffield are continuing to lead a strike in protest of their pay cut.
Photographer John Harris reflects on his long-term project documenting bike messengers while living in East Harlem.
Companies are determined to avoid implementing a law intended to improve the working conditions of gig workers.
In Sheffield, food delivery drivers are fighting back against one of the giants of the gig economy.
In the fight against bad bosses, workers are adopting the platform tactics used against them and adapting them for their own benefit.
Author Olivia Yallop discusses her new book, which examines both the pitfalls and the transformative potential of online culture.
This week has seen protests led by IWGB against Uber over its ‘racially discriminatory’ face ID checks.
Drivers have been on the receiving end of physical and verbal abuse from riders who refuse to wear a mask. They say that Uber has failed to protect them, reflecting a wider pattern of the app’s abysmal treatment of its workers.
The wellness industry may be booming, but many yoga teachers are struggling to make ends meet as countless tech start-ups, apps and large gym chains monopolise the market and undercut pay.
Being your own boss in an unforgiving city brings all sorts of challenges. But is it worth it? A new film by photographer Daniel Soares finds out.