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Workers resist their exploitation but more often individually rather than collectively
EXCLUSIVE New York University sociologist Vivek Chibber:
As part of a more extensive interview on his book ‘The Class Matrix: Social Theory after the Cultural Turn’ (Harvard University Press, 2022), we asked Vivek Chibber, professor of sociology at New York University, about his (re)reading of Marx’s theory on workers’ predicament in a capitalist system. The whole interview will be soon published by Iran Daily.
Iran ready to send specialized workforce to Finland
Iran voiced readiness to dispatch skillful workforce to Finland based on legal frameworks to stop illegal migrations.
Thousands of South Korean workers rally for better conditions
Thousands of South Korean workers staged a rally in downtown Seoul to demand better conditions, video images showed on Saturday, defying a government ban and shrugging off warnings that their protest could ignite a new wave of the coronavirus.
Landfill workers in New Jersey dig through trash to find woman’s wedding ring
Ruth Watson of Vineland, New Jersey, said her 10-year-old son thought he was helping when he placed a plastic bag on the curb with rest of the trash from their home.
Protesters march in many countries on May Day amid pandemic restrictions
Workers and union leaders on Saturday took to the streets in many countries across the world to demand more labor protections and financial support in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic that has impacted workplaces and economies.
Workers of world unite in crisis gloom for their jobs: Eco Week
The global economy is entering the final quarter of its worst year in living memory in a precarious state with the coronavirus threatening to wreak yet more destruction on labor markets.
Almost 20,000 Amazon workers in US test positive for coronavirus
Amazon revealed that almost 20,000 of its workers in the US have contracted COVID-19 after months of demands for public disclosure from activists.
Low demand for UK office workers reveals ‘asymmetric recovery’
Data shows rise in transport, health care and construction jobs while ‘white-collar roles’ lag behind.
No return of workers to offices ‘could cost UK economy £480bn’
Ex-CBI adviser says economy will not return to pre-pandemic size until 2025 if home working continues.
Key workers in Wales struggling to find childcare after hubs shut
Key workers in Wales say they are struggling to find childcare for their children as school hubs shut for the summer holidays.
Over 2,000 health care workers in Ghana have been infected with coronavirus
Over 2,000 health care workers in Ghana have tested positive for coronavirus since the beginning of the outbreak in March, according to the Ghana Health Service.

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