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Topic of the Week
The Right Stuff: Being More Courageous at Work
For the employed, the lingering fear of potential job loss can stop you from speaking your mind in the workplace. This week: do's and don'ts for being more courageous at work.
Blog of the Week
In an otherwise grim period for the U.S. labor movement, the fast food industry has been a hot spot for organizing activity. For the past four years, the union-backed Fight for 15 movement and allied groups have staged a series of nationwide, day-long strikes and protests in support of higher wages and unionization for fast food workers.
Thought for the Week
"The worse the news, the more effort should go into communicating it."
List of the Week
More Money, More Problems: Women and Money
- 57% have more earning power than ever before
- 42% believe financially independent women are intimidating to men and often end up alone
- 31% say these women are hard to relate to and don't have many friends
Top Five News Headlines
- Supreme Court Hears Arguments Over Pay for Collapsed Trucking Firm’s Workers
- Lawmakers use Petland bill to ban Ohio cities from upping minimum wage
- Trump’s Likely Labor Pick, Andrew Puzder, Is Critic of Minimum Wage Increases
- Who gets hurt when part-time work becomes the new normal
- Judge blocks administration from imposing contract on AFSCME