I joined WNYC’s United States of Anxiety for a Labor Day show talking about our relationships with work.
I joined WFPL, Kentucky Public Radio, for a labor day conversation on work and why it’s failing us.
I am so excited for a real live BOOK EVENT, oh my goodness. If you’re in London come join us at the Trouble Club. (Appropriately named, I think!)
7.00pm Wednesday 1st of September, Mortimer House
I joined Sarah Faith Gottesdiener on the Moonbeaming podcast to talk about Work Won’t Love You Back.
I was on the BBC’s Today Programme to talk about the labor shortage, employer perks, and why, as ever, Work Won’t Love You Back.
I joined the Hit Factory podcast–a show about the movies of the 90s and what they teach us about neoliberalism–to talk about a classic 90s flick and one of my favorites: Reality Bites. I suggested this topic because it is, of course, a film about work and what work means to our personal lives and thus very relevant to Work Won’t Love You Back, but on a re-watch I found it an even thicker and more rewarding text to dig into.
In the last 18 months, we have seen a re-evaluation of our relationships to work. With more time at home and less time commuting, we’ve been able to think about what we want out of the work-life balance. Sarah Jaffe, author of Work Won’t Love You Back, has been thinking and talking about this relationship […]
I joined CBC Radio’s Day 6 this week to talk about the workers’ walkout at video games company Activision Blizzard.
I’m hosting a talk withAmelia Horgan, Lois McCallum, Tam Wilson for a launch event to mark the release of Amelia’s book ‘Lost in Work’, the latest book in the Outspoken by Pluto series, published by Pluto Press.
I joined PBS’s The Open Mind with Alexander Heffner to discuss the pandemic’s exacerbation of an exploited and exhausted workforce and prescriptions to improve the well-being of workers.