Digital-Age Workers Are Finding Their Voice On Social Media

By Vin Gurrieri (January 23, 2019, 9:17 PM EST) -- The recently ended strike of about 35,000 Los Angeles teachers shows how social media has evolved into a potent tool for aggrieved workers who use it to mobilize, draw attention to their complaints and put public pressure on employers, experts say.

The weeklong strike ended on Tuesday when United Teachers Los Angeles union struck a deal with the Los Angeles Unified School District on a collective bargaining contract that gave the city's teachers a 6 percent salary increase and sought to curb class sizes and boost the number of school support staff. The union's rank-and-file members quickly ratified the deal, putting an...

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