I've long called for laws to force corporations to take supply chain labor conditions seriously. After all, they control for both quality and cost in the supply chain. They just.
It's not often that I agree with industry spokescritters, but I have a lot of trouble finding fault with the president of the American Maritime Partnership here about the need.
While most everyone in the labor writing world is having hot takes on Amazon, Sarah Jaffe continues to explore the myriad ways people are getting screwed over in industries far.
It's true enough that truckers through the entire British diaspora are evidently going to lead the revanchist working class violent revolution against decency. But that doesn't mean truckers don't have.
Since this blog has decided to interview Yglesias, I wonder what's going on in Bangladesh these days. If you remember back to 2013, Yglesias decided to respond to my call.
One of the many, many problems with the way we run our economy is that we plunge ahead on every issue without rules and then, maybe just maybe, if things.
The California docks have a solution to solve the supply chain backups. Will it shock you to learn that said solution just happens to fit their own personal preferences around.
The entire modern supply chain system is based on exploiting as many workers as possible in their mania to maximize profit in just-in-time deliveries. That unquestionably includes the largely Asian.