COLUMNS LAST YEAR, I WENT ON TOUR FOR A LIVE JOURNALISM STAGE show, which meant I got to visit a handful of cities - San Francisco, Nashville, Los Angeles - that I hadn't been to in a while. Tarnoff and Weigel interviewed a wide range of workers who, speaking anonymously, talk frankly about both the material and intellectual conditions they face. The most efficient and effective way that companies instill these divisions is by classifying some workers as full-time employees and others as contractors. While conditions still vary drastically among workers in the tech industry, it has become increasingly clear that what's detrimental to one class of workers is usually bad for all. [Extracted from the article]
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