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Tax Day at USPS: They don’t file ‘em like they used to – Brian Sperry, a 30-year employee of the U.S. Postal Service, recalls a simpler time, when Hillary Clinton still lived in Arkansas and Tax Day was a “three-ring circus” at post offices across the country. “People would line up... The post Tax Day at USPS: They don’t file ‘em like they used to appeared first on.

Chief Leaves Music Service Taken Over by Jay Z

Andy Chen, chief executive of Aspiro, the parent company of the Swedish streaming music service Tidal, has stepped down, and about a dozen employees were laid off.

Tidal CEO Steps Down As Dozens Of Employees Are Let Go! Is Jay Z's Streaming Service Already In Trouble???

Well this does NOT sound like good news for Tidal! It's been less than a month since Jay Z launched his premium music streaming service, and the company is apparently already undergoing a MAJOR personnel change! [ Related: Jay Z, Beyoncé, Madonna, & MORE Gather For A HUGE Announcement From TIDAL! ] Andy Chen, who was a CEO [...]

Tidal's CEO Leaves Tidal, RIP Tidal

Andy Chen, the CEO of Jay Z’s highly confusing and unlikable music streaming service Tidal, has left the company, along with around 25 other employees. A Tidal rep is calling these departures “streamlining” and “redundancies,” which are nice fancy words for everything going to hell. Via Business Insider, we’ve got the official company statement: Read more...

Jay Z's Tidal replaces CEO, fires 'handful' of employees

Tidal, the music service owned by rapper Jay Z and more than a dozen fellow musicians, named Peter Tonstad as interim chief executive officer, replacing Andy Chen. Mr. Tonstad, who oversaw Tidal... To view the full story, click the title link.

Bloomberg Service Now Fully Restored

Good news for Citadel's latest employee: Bloomberg service is now fully restored. "Service has been fully restored. We experienced a combination of hardware and software failures in the network, which caused an excessive volume of network traffic. Show More Summary

NLRB official rejects McDonald’s bid for union documents

By Alejandra Cancino, Chicago Tribune A National Labor Relations Board administrative law judge denied McDonald's request for documents from groups hired by the Service Employees International Union that could have revealed the names of current and former McDonald's employees supporting the union-backed campaign demanding $15 per hour wages and better working conditions.

The $50 million question

By Rick Berman, The Washington Times Facing what appears to be terminal decline, the Service Employees International Union has taken to a desperate Hail Mary play to keep their bank accounts well-funded. This week SEIU and its “worker...Show More Summary

Scenes From Four Wage Protests Across the Country

In cities throughout America yesterday, advocates for workers' rights mobilized in a day of nationwide protests. Led in part by labor organizations like Fight For $15 and the Service Employees International Union, nationwide ralliesShow More Summary

Minimum Wages Generating Maximal Relational Reactions

Summary: One of the great relational questions of our time is how we treat people – workers, would-be workers and their families – struggling to make ends meet. We can use a union like the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) as a doormat at a MacDonald’s when uppity workers demonstrate for a $15 minimum wage.


By Chuck Goudie, The SEIU - Services Employees International Union - orchestrated Wednesday's marches in Chicago and across the country. But the price of a protest doesn't come cheap.

DEA Chief: I Can’t Fire Agents Involved in Cartel-Funded Sex Parties

Government employees are hard to fire, as we all know. This is such an outright abuse of the civil service and their protections, to party with prostitutes paid for by the cartel when Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) agents are meant to fight the cartel’s drug-running…

Union spends big on low-wage campaign, endgame unclear

By Nathan Layne and Lisa Baertlein, Reuters Tens of millions of dollars and counting. That's how much the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has spent so far on a three-year campaign to improve the plight of low-wage retail and fast-food workers, an analysis of public filings shows.

This Union Is Spending Big With Hopes Of Improving The Plight Of Low-Wage Workers

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By Nathan Layne and Lisa Baertlein April 15 (Reuters) - Tens of millions of dollars and counting. That's how much the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) has spent so far on a three-year campaign to improve the plight of low-wage...Show More Summary

Fort Leonard Wood Food Service Employees Win Refunds in Federal Settlement over Illegal Union Dues Seizures

National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation With free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys, two Fort Leonard Wood food service workers have won a federal settlement from a local union for violating their and several of their coworkers' rights.

L.A. Unified board approves multibillion-dollar benefits package

The Los Angeles Board of Education approved a multibillion-dollar benefits plan Tuesday that will  maintain the current package of healthcare services for  employees for the next three years.

Google Says It Has ‘Very Strong Case’ in European Antitrust Battle

Google told employees Tuesday it has a “very strong case” against expected charges by European regulators that it violated antitrust law by favoring its own services in search results.

Credit Card CEO Doesn’t Want Employees To Starve, Will Be Kicked Out Of Capitalism Now

Heartwarming stories involving big financial services CEOs? They exist, apparently! Meet Dan Price, the CEO of Gravity Payments, a credit card processing company based in Seattle. According to the New York Times, Price had a novel idea,...Show More Summary

SEIU Support for Minimum Wage Hikes Based on Self-Interest

Why is the Service Employees International Union funneling $15 million into the Fight for 15 campaign when the average private-sector union member makes $22 an hour and only 1 percent of the American workforce earns the minimum wage...

No Worries Here! Chase Implements Program to Detect Future Crime

JPMorgan Chase is instituting new software that will identify "rogue employees" before they actually do wrong, the banking and financial services company announced. We'll skip the comparison to Minority Report, the early aughts film in which Tom Cruise hunts down "precriminals" before they can act. Chase has been rattled......

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