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PODCAST | Biden's Lame Victory Lap & Why Government Shouldn't Pick Winners and Losers

Now that the potential rail strike has been averted, it would seem a perfect time to address the ongoing supply chain issues that the Biden administration has perfectly ignored. The fact that the US Transportation Secretary wasn't even involved in th

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‘Made in China’ Book Spotlights Uighur Forced Labor in Supply Chain – WWD

"Trade will push China to rethink their policies toward Uighurs," said author Amelia Pang.

Politics | Politics

GOP: The Stupid Party Redux - American Greatness

Amid the furor and pother over the fate of the Republican Party now said to hinge on the outcome of two Senate run-off races in Georgia…

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BERNIE’S OUT: Union Bosses Veto Sanders As Labor Secretary In Hypothetical Biden Administration

He wanted it. He quietly lobbied for it. In the end, though, failed Democrat presidential candidate, US Sen. Bernie Sanders

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César E. Chávez (1927-1993)

César Chávez is one of the greatest labor leaders and human rights activists in the United States history and the world. He fought for a better life for migrant farm workers, and founded the first …

Politics | From the HuffPost

A New Divide Emerges Between Clinton And Sanders

The presidential candidates are occupying differing roles in a dispute over labor policy.

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Restaurant Trend: Waiters Tips to Pay for Minimum Wage Hike

Sacramento restaurants solved the problem of increased labor costs inflicted on them from California's new minimum wage increase by taking a slice of waiters and waitresses tips.

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More Workers Are Claiming ‘Wage Theft’ - NYTimes.com

A flood of recent lawsuits and government enforcement actions accuse employers across the country of violating laws regulating employee pay.

Politics | Other Politics

The Obama Administration’s stealth plan to remake the workplace

Facing a Congress that has blocked worker-friendly legislation at every step, Barack Obama has resorted to executive orders, memoranda, and rulemaking to reshape American working life.

News | The News

Vet Claims Cracker Barrel Fired Him For Giving Muffin To Needy Person - CBS Tampa

Joe Koblenzer, 73, a Vietnam vet, lost his job after giving the muffin to a homeless man.

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Sweden To Experiment With Six-Hour Workday

A few lucky workers in Gothenburg, Sweden, will scale back to a six-hour workday this summer as part of an unusual government experiment. The test group of government workers will work a six-hour day beginning July 1, while a second control group...