[P2P-F] mutuals for precarious labor
michel at p2pfoundation.net
Fri Dec 25 16:30:22 CET 2015
This is really a key report on the self-organization of precarious labor,
see at http://www.saw-b.be/spip/IMG/pdf/a1515_mutuelles_de_travail.pdf
> >> On Thu, Dec 24, 2015 at 4:42 PM, Pat Conaty <
> pat.commonfutures at phonecoop.coop> wrote:
> >> 2016. Orsan at Networked Labour has been very helpful and encouraging.
> I think Pat is being kind, I didn't do anything else then providing some
> web links to English sites of the Dutch self-employed union and some
> contact names.
> Next to that, I did share my personal experience where it did not-work;
> since my union as mainstream unions in general around here, has been
> operating as a mix of interest group and business enterprise -sharing the
> norm of competitiveness as culture, providing advice as main 'product'
> (next to the discounted services and products from other companies),
> running on membership fees and subsidy received from the state; hence
> hiring marketing firm as the tool to organize membership base. I am not
> sure though this part was so useful and encouraging.
> Best, Orsan
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