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Enough is Enough! Not being greedy is my simple solution that could have such a profound impact on the generations of our world today. When you actually sit back and think about it, how many major problems have occurred as a … Continue reading
Price of a burger: $5 Price of mozarella sticks: $4 Price of a Coke: $2 Time spent with a hole in your pockets: Priceless!!
Sigh. As my stomach leads my feet to the Bison for its daily fill, the only thought running through my mind is not how delicious this food will be, but rather how deep will I have to go into my … Continue reading
From the discussion of Wal-Mart that we had in class, it was odd to see a company that so many loves thrive from low wage labor. On the outside looking in, it is easy to be blinded by the many … Continue reading
In doing my research on how state laws aid or impede labor unions, I came across right to work laws. These laws are rulings, allowed under provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act, which forbid bargains between companies and labor unions that … Continue reading