Merging and Purging Their Way to Billion$

I‘m no fan of the Employee Free Choice Act (EFCA), but the principle of organizing for better wages and benefits is a sound one–until it’s abused. And union abuse is largely what doomed (along with better products from foreign competition) the so-called Big Three automakers in Detroit. So, in unions you have a good thing […]

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Are New Minimum Wages Fueling Layoffs?

Many have argued that minimum wage laws price certain people out of the job market skill-wise and also lead to layoffs as small businesses cope with their finances and the added burden of higher wages. In this light, it’s notable that fully 40 percent of the 693,000 who lost their jobs in the latest ADP […]

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