I have been reading a lot about the various anarcho-syndicalist, anarchist-communist, revolutionary syndicalist, etc organizations and platforms/programmes.
In practice, some of these groups become simply networks of militant and/or revolutionary workers within a given area (one workshop, within one company, in a particular region, in a nation-state, or internationally), not as labor unions (if they call themselves as such) or revolutionary organizations per se.
Many people who have commented online on this type of organization seem to reject it- they don't want their group to be a network of militant workers (with a minority of revolutionary workers), they want it to be a labor union, or a revolutionary organization, etc.
My question is- what does the ICC think about an organization that acts as a network for militant workers? An organization to regroup militant (not necessarily revolutionary) workers seems to me like it would be a beneficial asset to working class struggles, in periods of low or high class struggle. No pretensions of being or trying to be a union or a revolutionary group or party. Small anarcho and revolutionary syndicalist groups seem to act as such in practice, even if they try to be something else on paper or in reality. I think a lot of workers, especially with the economy and political environment as it is today, would be open to joining a group for other disillusioned workers without the baggage of a specific political background/heritage.