SOURCE: The Drift
The Dark Underside of the "Family-Like" Business
by Erik Baker
The history of businesses cloaking their labor practices in paternalism is long; the most recent chapter dates back to the spiritual explorations of the 1960s counterculture and the surveillance practices of Henry Ford.
SOURCE: The New Republic
Toward an Economic Democracy
by Christopher Mackin
Why the coronavirus crisis is an opportunity to reshape the relationship between workers and their employers.
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