What Workplace Bullying Advocates Can Learn From “Wage Theft” Legislation

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Working man blues – it’s time to “trickle down”!

During the recession many of us had to take hits to our paychecks to help businesses and state agencies stay afloat.  This Merle Haggard song goes out to all the organizers trying to force a live-able wage from major corporations. CNN reports: “McDonald’s, the world’s largest hamburger joint, hasn’t fared so poorly. Last year, sales increased 12 percent. The largest U.S. retailer Wal-Mart hasn’t done so badly either. Even at the height of the recession in 2009, the company’s sales rose 7 percent.” Dear Walmarts – if you won’t share the pain then… Read More

Canada, Workplace Bullies, and The Law

Here’s an article from the Canadian Workplace Legal Post which is a reminder to everyone involved in the U.S. workplace bullying movement that a variety of solutions can, and should, be embraced and supported. Canada has been  strengthening their Workers Comp and OSHA regulations to be effective tools that can protect their workers: Big Jury Award Arising from Workplace Bullying Appropriate conduct in the workplace is ever changing. The most recent shift concerns bullying in the workplace, and it is becoming increasingly clear that the stern, often aggressive management styles of yesteryear may no longer be appropriate in… Read More

Why Raising Walmart Wages Helps The Economy

Walmart CEO Michael Duke’s $35 million annual salary constitutes an hourly wage equal to the annual salary of the average Walmart employee. — Jonathon Turley Walmart tops the “leading retailer by employment chart” with over 2 million employees — next on the list is Target with only 365,000.  Today Walmart workers will go on strike to demand fair wages among other issues. A study by Demos reports that “Retail jobs are a crucial source of income for the families of workers in the sector, yet currently more than 1 million retail workers and their… Read More

Black Thursday? Or, Black Friday? Will Walmart’s employee strike work?

It all depends on shoppers.  Walmart wants to bring people in before the stirke — and ABC’s Good Morning America glibly helps them make their case: Related articles Walmart’s Black Friday showdown (salon.com) Walmart employees may strike on Black Friday (king5.com)

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