We are all victims of the performance review. To showcase our commitment to capitalist principles, we must always be on an upward trajectory to become an ‘emancipated’ neoliberal, capitalist subject.
Our listicle with difference goes through 16 ways, other than strike action, in which workers can (and have) made life difficult for management during a dispute.
Amelia Horgan’s Lost in Work acts both as a bread and butter introduction to why and how work under capitalism is so bad, and as a provocation to the left’s standard understanding of work and organising. By Amelia HoganPluto PressISBN: 978-0-745340-91-3176 pages£9.99 Most of us have, at some point or another in our lives, experienced
Mayday is the workers’ day and thus this is written on a Friday, scheduled via automaton. Our writers and editors have set down quill, doused keyboard, darkened shop, and will be spending their time precisely how they like. An anomaly, based on a story told of Martyrs, a stillness from a section of the public
A Plan C member writes about their experiences as a domestic violence worker, and the alienation a culture of “professionalism” and State provision engenders. I am a professional. That’s how I am referred to in my work, that’s how I refer to myself in the course of doing my job and that’s how the people
Jamie O’Brien tells his story of growing up surrounded by industry and injury in the Welsh steel town of Port Talbot… November 8 2001. My grandfather had just brought me home from rugby training. Walking into the living room and seeing my mother’s parents there. The grave looks. Before a word is uttered it’s very clear
A Plan C member in Manchester writes as part of the group’s Worker Enquiry series of articles… The job was simple. Working as a member of a major hospice and nursing charity street team my role would be to sign people up for regular monthly payments to the charity. These ranged from “as little as 4