work was intermittent – called to a halt for breakfast, lunch, the customary afternoon nap, and dinner.
Before capitalism, most people did not work very long hours at all. The tempo of life was slow, even leisurely; the pace of work relaxed. Our ancestors may not … Continue reading
By Winter Trabex Workers are being denied opportunities. They’re not being trained or taught any new skills while on the job. The current system appears to prefer them to be … Continue reading
In 2011, the Morning Call of Allentown, Pennsylvania, published an exposé about the working conditions at a local Amazon warehouse. That summer, temperatures inside the warehouse had risen above a … Continue reading
The slacker’s 10 commandments 1.Never make any kind of negative report about a fellow worker unless the worker’s actions are actively threatening the safety and wellbeing of yourself or … Continue reading