The UK’s bogus self-employment problem epitomises the tyranny of work under capitalism.
Ahead of the release of their new book, authors Will Stronge and Kyle Lewis tell us how reducing the working week could advance multiple social causes.
Author Eve Livingston discusses her new book, which makes the case for seizing on the collective power of unions to revolutionise the workplace.
As workforces are summoned back into the office, a new campaign is calling for half of all fares to be covered by employers.
In her new book, writer and researcher Amelia Horgan explores the many problems facing workers today and why fixing them will mean radically changing the very foundations of society.
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.
Photographer Yuvan Kumar recounts documenting India’s curbside barbers last March, who were left fighting to survive in the face of a looming second lockdown and an impending calamity.
Last year, a number of violence against women workers united to build the sector’s first-ever union. So how much has it helped?
From cramped offices to crumbling public services: the Complaints Choir wants to turn people’s work problems into song. But is it really effective?
The life-long career is no longer an option for Millennials. So dynamic start-ups like Uber and TaskRabbit are creating more options to work than ever before. But with little security, are jobs that promise “flexibility” really just ripping us off? And how can we plan for the future?