McDonald’s Could Get Some Relief from Trump-Appointed Labor Regulators
Trump’s administration could impact a pending case that would make McDonald’s liable for its franchisees.
How Andy Puzder’s Fast-Food Industry Sticks Taxpayers with The Cost of Supporting Its Workers
– The Los Angeles Times
A 2013 study by the Center for Labor Research and Education at UC Berkeley found that public assistance for front-line fast-food workers costs roughly $7 billion a year. The burdens that low-wage employers shift to taxpayers usually rear their head when a big company is caught steering its workers to public health or welfare programs.
T-Mobile’s Maverick CEO: “I Speak the Same Way My Customers Do”
From taunting competitors on Twitter, to using profanity during press conferences, the CEO of T-Mobile talks about how he is “reshaping the rules” for leading a large brand and the impact it has had on the public perception of his company.
Millennials Let Their Grandparents Decide Local Elections
Young people rarely vote in presidential races and even less often in mayoral contests. See which cities have the biggest generation gap in turnout.