Today is Labor Day. I could do some fluff piece and call it a day but I wanted to take a slightly different look at the working and hiring processes. I hope you will find it interesting. I know you will find it unique.
Wisconsin. In 2022 it is a swing state with a clear choice when it comes to the Senate race!
Assignment: Sunday article. Usual Criteria: The biggest political story of the week just passed. My Conclusion: The union vote at Amazon on Staten Island.
Today is Labor Day. It is a very special day for pro-union progressives like me. I am retired (except for my writing which to date I have never accepted monetary compensation for) and know what it is like to work for a paycheck. What that paycheck represented to me was disposable income with which I financed my lifestyle. Two factors: earnings and taxes determined what my net pay was. One of President Trump’s big agenda items is what he calls tax reform. Let’s explore what that really means to Joe Lunchbucket. Continue reading Labor Getting Trumped
I guess I need to start this posting off with an apology: I’m sorry it took me this long to recognize what a progressive Frances Perkins was! If you somehow combined progressive and glass ceiling smasher is one word a picture of Perkins would accompany it in the dictionary. Continue reading The Enshrinement Of Frances Perkins