Employers are failing to take workers with them when they introduce new technology into the workplace, says a new London Tech Week poll from Prospect.Continue reading Workers fear their voices are being ignored over tech
James Richards of Chromatrope attended the debates at Unions21’s conference, and blogged some of his thoughts on how digital could help address some of the big challenges facing the union movement.Continue reading Transforming the union movement
UNI’s Young Workers Lab team have learnt some valuable lessons during the design and first months of the project.Continue reading 5 design lessons from Young Workers Lab
Mobilisation Lab’s Michael Silberman outlines three areas of challenges for the operations of social change organisations.Continue reading What advocacy organisations need to win today
A Canadian Union of Postal Workers case study, showing how they’ve used decentralised digital organising techniques to build activism for an ambitious community campaign.Continue reading Decentralized and data-driven
The RSA’s Asheem Singh looks at four possible scenarios of how technological and social change could affect our economy and labour market.Continue reading What will the world of work look like in 2035?
Callhub profiles Australian digital organising campaign Hospo Voice, and shows some of the tech and techniques they’ve used to build unions in Melbourne’s hospitality industry.Continue reading Hospo Voice case study
Researcher Martijn Arets examines some common properties of platform employers that could actually make union organising easier.
Prospect’s Andrew Pakes writes for the New Statesman on how unions must help workers win the voice that’s currently missing in the debate about how their work is changing.Continue reading Why ignoring workers is a sure-fire way to create an AI divide
Digital technology will have a major part to play to help get over the 50% ballot turnout threshold, writes PCS’ Nick McCarthy.