Sunday, August 31, 2008

Your Call 090108 Labor Resists the Big Squeeze

At a time when wages are down and factories continue to close, who is paying high wages and offering good benefits? On the Next Your Call, on Labor Day, we'll have a conversation with New York Times labor reporter Steven Greenhouse, author of The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker. Times are tough, but a handful of CEOs, including Costco's James Sinegals are taking the high road by providing workers with fair wages, health care and pension plans. What will it take to ensure other businesses to follow suit? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar.

Steven Greenhouse, the author of The Big Squeeze: Tough Times for the American Worker

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

With 17 million (+/-) Latino, Hispanic Identity Theives operating in this country, defying our Laws, Constitution, and stealing, sending 44 Billlion dollars+ out of this country every year, Americas biggest dirty little secret is the foreign invasion of our shores by illegal immigrants who commit identity theft among many many other heinous crimes. They cost our taxpayers untold sums, which lead to the detriment of our native born. San Francisco promotes these crimes by not only allowing the Mexican Mafia (Nortenos and Surenos) to sell conterfeit Social Security cards every day on our streets, and your tax dollars go to promote these thanks to the likes of Saucedo and Loya (LRCL). I know I used to volunteer with them, but the more I found out the more I wanted to expose the truth of those cheats. For the past four years, I have lived in The Mission (3 recent gun hits within two blocks of my home), and every day on one block alone there are 20+ gangsters operating with immunity thanks to ALL authorities in SF. Tell the truth about what is really going on in San Francisco. (P.S. You may excerpt this posting for space limits.)