The saying, “love what you do, and you’ll never work a day in your life” puts a pretty face on a labor system that rewards passion with long hours and low pay. Sarah Jaffe is a Type Media Center reporting fellow who covers labor and economic justice, and she joins host Krys Boyd to talk […]
As Amazon workers conclude a historic unionization drive, we consider the history of collective action — and the struggle to shield our humanity from the demands of productivity.
Labor journalist and Type Media Center reporting fellow Sarah Jaffe breaks down the history of workplace organizing at Amazon and in the Black South. And she talks about her new book, “Work Won’t Love You Back: How Devotion to Our Jobs Keeps Us Exploited, Exhausted, and Alone,” as listeners chime in about their own experiences with collective action in the workplace.
I joined BBC Radio Ulster’s Lynette Fay Show to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
I joined RTE Radio 1’s The Business to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
I was on Background Briefing with Ian Masters, talking about Work Won’t Love You Back as well as my latest Nation feature and the debate over reopening schools.
There are two people by whom I’ve been excited to be interviewed about Work Won’t Love You Back since I was writing the damn thing. One of them is James Butler at Novara FM, and it’s up.
I joined the BBC Woman’s Hour show to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back and the latest crisis of retail work.
I was on the UK’s Times Radio with Mariella Frostrup, discussing Work Won’t Love You Back. Starts around 12 minutes in, then we get interrupted by a breaking announcement from Boris Johnson, but still interesting stuff.
What would you do if you didn’t have to work? The author of a new book makes the case that work-life balance is nearly non-existent in today’s world, where we not only need to work to live, but are also expected to feel passionate about our jobs. We talk with the author about how our expectations of work […]
I was on BBC World Service’s Weekend program to discuss Work Won’t Love You Back (and they played me on with Dolly Parton, so I’m thrilled, of course). You can go check it out at their website, where my appearance starts at about the 42 minute mark.