How a small worker-controlled farm collective could transform labor for decades

California Harvesters, which has recruited 450 workers in farm country, has grown “at an incredible pace” and could be a model for other industries.

When Francisca Singh began her new job, she was so worried about her low level of productivity that she figured she might not last very long. Instead, she was given more instruction to help her grasp the intricacies of her work and encouraged to keep at it.

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