the app for workers by workers
WeClock offers a privacy-preserving way to empower workers and unions in their battle for decent work.
WeClock gives an indication of the present and changing nature of work by providing insight
about the: presence or absence of decent or fair work, working conditions, or work/life balance. Built with workers in mind, WeClock empowers change.
Check out the app's website here for more info and download links.
Worker Empowerment Guides
by the Why Not Lab
Check out our Data Life Cycle at Work guide that will help you navigate the topics for bargaining for much stronger workers' data rights. A void left by inadequate regulations across the world.
Our Co-governance of Algorithmic Systems Guide buckets 19 questions into 7 different themes. Essential for getting a seat at the table and decision-power over the algorithmic systems in place at work. A check list of sorts, walk this guide and keep management responsible and liable for the systems they use.
Online Tool for Good Data Governance
Given that WeClock will be a data-gathering tool for unions, we decided to work with a UK union Prospect, along with Digital Public and Small Scale, to develop Lighthouse – an online, privacy-preserving tool to help unions become stewards of good data governance.
Lighthouse takes the form of an online guide - or quiz - where those participating get to rate their methods and practices along a range of topics.
Use Lighthouse courtesy of Prospect here
Digital Tools for Trade Unions 2019
the crowd-sourcing platform
As work becomes more precarious, piecemeal and decentralised, we needed a communication tool that could reach all members, no matter where they were and when they worked. Thoughtexchange is that very tool! Read user stories from UNI Global's members and sectors here:
Engaging members in new ways (Unions21)
Contact Thoughtexchange here