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Michigan Proposal 2: Power Grab By Unions -- Or A Way To Protect Workers?

Michigan Proposal 2: Power Grab By Unions -- Or A Way To Protect Workers?

Most American workers don't belong to unions. Union participation across the nation dropped from 32 percent in the 1950s to 11.9 percent last year. Yet, union battles are as intense as ever, with local politicians calling out teachers' unions to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's battle with state workers over a... Read More »

Election Day: Would More Vote If They Had The Day Off?

Election Day: Would More Vote If They Had The Day Off?

Even with both Republican and Democratic parties bragging about their ground game, Americans will likely hit Nov. 7 knowing at least one number: just 50 to 60 percent of the voting age population will have cast ballots. There are many reasons for this. For people in non-swing states, their presidential choice... Read More »

Survey: What Co-Workers Tell Each Other About The Election

Survey: What Co-Workers Tell Each Other About The Election

By Anthony Balderrama After all the debates, commercials with approved messages, polls and endless graphs showing momentum shifting, Election Day is finally in sight. But for all the barrage of election news, people don't plan to bring their politics into the workplace. According to a new CareerBuilder... Read More »

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