Jan 21, 2020
President Obama in his weekly address on Saturday called on Congress to “to finish the job” and raise the minimum wage for all workers, days after he signed an executive order hiking salaries for federal contract employees.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/ldNnA
President channels Labor Day weekend in his weekly address to echo one of his most familiar refrains: "America deserves a raise"
It's unclear what effect the president's immigration moves will have on the Hill.
The American store will increase its minimum hourly rate from $7.25 by 2015, a move President Obama applauded.
President Obama likes to claim he’s been forced into rogue executive actions, laying the blame on an intransigent Congress. In fact, his lawlessness is coldly calculated, dating back to his days as…
Judicial Watch announced that a hearing will be held on July 8 before Judge John D. Bates regarding its motion to lift the indefinite stay of proceedings in its Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit seeking access to those “Operation Fast and Furious” documents that the Obama Administration...
Dating app Tinder was being sued for sexual harassment and discrimination by the company's former co-founder and marketing vice president, Whitney Wolfe. The case now appears to have been d
This is the latest bombshell to emerge from the recent cache of documents released to Judicial Watch under the Freedom of Information Act. First, it reveals what liars Obama’s appointees are. Secondly and more importantly, the fascist tactics employed by the Obama administration call for a mass...
Performance management is an important part of any organization. It encompasses various disciplines and is usually done in relation to the overall performance of an organization. A performance management system is usually a continuous process whereby the human resource department of an organization...
Employee abuse of a Department of Homeland Security overtime system cost taxpayers more than $500 million in 2013, and is on track to do the same this year.
Reps. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., and John Lewis, D-Ga., plan to introduce legislation Wednesday to amend the National Labor Relations Act to make labor organizing a civil right. The change will make opposing unionization bids legally perilous for businesses.
See on Scoop.it - Lean Six Sigma Jobs #Job #SaltLakeCity 40051 Quality Assurance Engineer at Ccsi (Salt Lake City, UT): 40051 Quality Assurance Engi... http://t.co/GmfbYrOdPr See on q.gs
Zippyshare.com - Free File Hosting
Shop graphic tees, artwork, iphone cases, and more designed by the worldwide Threadless community.