Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Tag: workforce

5 lessons from UPS workers’ successful bargaining

While the union did not win everything it wanted, it secured a majority of its demands in what it called “the most historic tentative agreement for workers in the history of UPS.”

Dying to work

Many Americans must return to work because they need the money, but this doesn’t have to be the case.

Labor Day 2028

By 2028 will technology replace all work, leaving no one worried about making money? If John Maynard Keynes' prediction is right, we must learn how to redistribute the profits from these labor-saving inventions—and fast.

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These declarations, made in the run-up to crucial primaries and the CPAC convention, offer a glimpse into Trump's potential second-term agenda.

Tragic protest: Air Force member self-immolates outside Israeli Embassy

This tragic event forces a global reflection on the intersection of personal despair, political protest, and the international community's response to the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

Florida defies CDC in measles outbreak, telling parents it’s fine to send unvaccinated kids...

The CDC reported that childhood immunization rates hit a 10-year low.

Does America have the balls – or means – to buy out malignant swamp...

On John Oliver’s satiric bribe* to the Supreme Court’s king of corruption.
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As 2-month-old starves to death in Gaza, Mosab Abu Toha says his own family...

“Where is the mind of the people in the world? How could you let this happen?”