From metric-driven management to workplace surveillance, workers are turning to trade unionism to fight back against tech behemoth exploitation.
Over 1,000 workers have simultaneously blocked four arms factories across the UK which provide components for arms used by Israel in its bombardment of Gaza.
EXCLUSIVE: Astonishing Unite the Union research can reveal that accident rates in un-unionised HS2 construction firms are more than three times the number than at unionised Hinkley Point C, despite having four times the combined workforce.
When thousands of Palestinians are being massacred by weapons built in Britain, our labour movement must answer the call for solidarity from Palestinian workers: to end all complicity in Israel’s war on Gaza.
In an attempt to hide warehouse accidents from media investigations, Amazon workers allege the company is instructing injured workers not to phone 999 and to make their own way to the hospital.
Today, workers in over 30 countries are taking industrial action against Amazon. Jeff Bezos’ exploitative practices are global — but so is the struggle against them.
Thousands of Palestinian workers from Gaza have had their work permits revoked by Israeli authorities. Some are missing, others have been detained — and desperate families are searching for answers.
Modern work has created an epidemic of poor mental health, yet we treat it as an individual problem. Micha Frazer-Carroll sits down with Tribune to discuss why fixing a crisis created by capitalism demands transformative political change.
Faced with financial hardship and anti-union hostility from management, workers at the Royal Society of Arts are taking strike action for the first time in their 270-year history.
Despite paying out millions to shareholders, National World is imposing a derisory real-terms pay cut on hundreds of local journalists. But journalists are fighting back — for themselves, their readers and the very future of their profession.
Mark Serwotka has been general secretary of PCS union for 23 years. Set to retire at the end of the year, he discusses the recent wave of strikes involving 133,000 civil servants and reflects on what he has learnt in his time in the role.
Following a historic motion backing non-compliance with anti-strikes law being passed at Trade Union Congress, the general secretaries of the RMT and FBU sit down with Tribune to discuss why a mass campaign of defiance matters for the future of the trade union movement.
Exclusive: Amazon bosses forced staff at the company’s Bristol warehouse to work without access to drinking water and toilets — the latest example of the company’s hyper-exploitative employment practices.
Sunak is refusing to negotiate with doctors and is demonising NHS staff. But his Thatcher cosplay isn’t fooling anyone — and it’s increasingly clear this is a fight he can’t win.
For the first time in NHS history, junior doctors and consultants will coordinate strike action. The BMA sits down with Tribune to explain why they are stepping up their fight for the future of the NHS.
Rugeley was once home to a thriving coal industry that underpinned a community. Today, it is the site of an Amazon warehouse that exposes the bleak reality of work in modern Britain.
Award-winning actor Brian Cox speaks to Tribune about the threat unregulated artificial intelligence poses to the acting profession, his support for striking workers and the need for visionaries in politics.
The BAFTA-winning actor Rakie Ayola speaks to Tribune on the need for cultural workers to unite against studio bosses destroying their industry – and why actors must stand with striking workers everywhere.