workers health

LISTEN: El’gin Avila on workers' health and the gig economy

LISTEN: El’gin Avila on workers' health and the gig economy

"There really aren't protections for gig workers. And a lot of companies who employ gig workers are really trying to find ways in which they don't have to bring along that additional liability."

El’gin Avila joins the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to discuss how the gig economy has upended what we think of workers' health and rights.

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