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A Livable Minimum Wage Shouldn't Be a Red State/Blue State Issue Feb. 20, 2019

Daily Editorials

Illinois this week joined a growing list of blue states to approve a $15 minimum wage, part of a nat... Read More

Just Say 'No' to the Corporate Bribe Racket Feb. 20, 2019

Jim Hightower

The richest man in the world, who heads one of the world's largest and richest corporations, is also... Read More

The Populist Sledgehammer Kills Amazon Jobs that Middle America Would Love to Have Feb. 19, 2019

Salena Zito

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio — Tito Brown can't imagine driving a perfectly good thing out of a town that ... Read More

Fighting for What Is Right Feb. 14, 2019

At Work

Q: I have been a (100 percent) successful commissioned outside sales representative for the last 10 ... Read More

Planning for Automation Feb. 12, 2019

Daily Editorials

As we look to decide how to rebuild and reinvest in a post-Hurricane Michael community, one thing to... Read More

Trump Has Accomplished Much in 2 Years Feb. 08, 2019

Adriana Cohen

Don't let Democrats fool you; the state of the union is strong. If you watched President Donald Trum... Read More

Do We Really Need So Many Foreign Tech Workers? Feb. 07, 2019

Froma Harrop

Americans don't usually think of technical professionals as "guest workers," yet at any one time, th... Read More

Dems Deny Economic Boom Feb. 06, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

Democrats, now the majority in the House of Representatives, are trying to turn that body into the H... Read More

With Foxconn, Americans Get Snookered Again Feb. 05, 2019

Froma Harrop

At the White House celebration of a planned new factory in Wisconsin — "the size of three Pent... Read More

Cover Letters That Make or Break You Jan. 31, 2019

At Work

Q: Articles say human resources departments no longer read cover letters, so why are they still expe... Read More

Trump Can Build the Nation and Save It at the Same Time Jan. 25, 2019

The Outlaw

Even during a congressional closedown, some Washington insiders' spirits are up, optimistic that 201... Read More

All Suffer From Bad Hire Jan. 24, 2019

At Work

Q: I am a human resources professional (independent contractor) who was offered the full-time positi... Read More

Helping a Co-Worker Above and Beyond the Expected Jan. 17, 2019

At Work

Q: Working with others always takes some compromising and negotiating, so as to not be run over or u... Read More

Are We Truly One Paycheck From Disaster? Jan. 15, 2019

Froma Harrop

The partial government shutdown has forced some federal workers to move money around to pay for food... Read More

It's Unfair, But It's Not Your Place Jan. 11, 2019

Classic Annie's Mailbox

Dear Annie: I am the manager of a small bakery. I've had the same employee, "Sue," for the past nine... Read More

As Trump Digs in on Shutdown, Senate GOP Should Consider Veto Override Jan. 11, 2019

Daily Editorials

One easy solution to the three-week government shutdown appears to be growing more viable by the day... Read More

When a Career Is No Longer a Calling Jan. 10, 2019

At Work

Q: I'm a pastor for a Protestant church. When I decided to become a pastor, religion was important i... Read More

Fired Up! Jan. 10, 2019

Work Daze

Guess who's getting fired? You. Don't panic. You're not fired now and no future firings have been a... Read More

Where Is AI Driving Us? Jan. 09, 2019

Jim Hightower

With chaos in the White House, worsening climate change around the globe, more wars than we can coun... Read More

So Many Jobs! Jan. 07, 2019

Marc Dion

The American economy has never been stronger. We have the biggest, best economy we've ever had in hi... Read More