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Food For Thought: 3/21/2016

Gender and Income Equality Are a Top Priority For This Year’s 100 Best Companies to Work For – Fortune The narrative around income inequality and “equal pay” has grown so much that it’s now become a driving criterion for Fortune’s annual “100 Best …

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Food For Thought: 3/18/2016

A Union Card Shouldn’t Be an Heirloom – The Wall Street Journal Millions of workers have inherited unions from their grandparents’ generation. The Wall Street Journal opinion page looks at this dynamic and poses the question; do workers have a …

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Food For Thought: 3/17/2016

Jobs for the Young in Poor Neighborhoods – The New York Times The New York Times looks at an increasingly problematic trend, the high rate of joblessness for minority teenagers, and what some cities are doing to connect young people …

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Food For Thought: 3/16/2016

Restaurant Chains Face Wage Pressures Amid Declining Unemployment – The Wall Street Journal  With the unemployment rate below 5% for the first time since 2008, and more than a dozen states raising their minimum wage, restaurants are among the industries …

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Food For Thought: 3/15/2016

In the Future of Retail, We’re Never Not Shopping – The Harvard Business Review The Harvard Business Review examines the paradigm shift in the way people are shopping and what it means for companies of all industries trying to secure …

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Food For Thought: 3/14/2016

After 2016, Will The Political Parties Ever Look The Same? – Washington Post The Washington Post’s opinion page suggests that no matter who wins in November, the successes of Trump and Sanders have sewn the seeds of a potential partisan …

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Food For Thought: 3/11/2016

Bag Boy Confidential: My Five Days As a Publix Employee – Fortune A first hand account of the positive employee culture that is driving Publix to succeed while most of the grocery industry struggles.   Long-Haul Sweatshops – The New …

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