0:33 Forums are back!
Stephen tried to update the forums and messed it up, but things are back to normal now!! Walton shares his experience with Union Solidarity International Stephen uso computadora en español, poquito difici
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For a lot of unions, online organising starts and ends with Facebook. Many union communicators are fairly uncritical of Facebook, and seem to think it’s important to get people to ‘like’ your union’s Facebook page. Clearly Facebook is important, because many [...]Continue Reading →
I like to keep an eye on academic work on cyberunionism. There’s not a lot of it about, probably because trade union use of new technology is still fairly minimal. Also, the fast pace of technological change doesn’t fit in well with the academic cycle: it takes time to research, analyse, write, peer review and [...]Continue Reading →
Eric Lee of LabourStart thinks so.
Take a listen to his podcast here:
Facebook is the most widely used social networking website in the world, with 400 million active users. Because it reaches such a large audience, it seems important for trade unions to use. For Eric, the biggest danger is that you have no [...]Continue Reading →
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