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16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
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Texas and California are natural rivals when it comes to everything from their culture and influence to their economies. But when it comes to the two states’ vaunted public university systems, the Lone Star State may have a better handle on a major concern in higher education over the last decade: costs and tuition. A […]

16 Jun 19
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Former Infosys CFO and multi-sector investor T V Mohandas Pai has said India does not face a job problem, but one of wages, as a lot of low paid jobs being created do not find favour with degree holders. “India is not producing good jobs, but creating a lot of Rs 10,000-Rs 15,000 low-paid jobs […]

16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
The Mercury News
Bay City News SAN FRANCISCO — Less than half of food workers preparing meals served aboard three airlines flying out of San Francisco are able to afford the health care plans offered by their employers, union officials said Saturday. “I prepare food and beverage for some of the world’s biggest airlines, but I have to go to a free clinic because my company insurance is so expensive that I can’t afford it,” said Roberto Alvarez, who loads airline carts full of food and beverage at one of the two San Francisco International Airport kitchens that held strike votes this week. In a statement released Saturday, LSG Sky Chef officials said they had not confirmed that the union had requested a release for the strike from the National Mediation Board, which is necessary before a strike can take place. Some 1,500 workers at SFO voted this week to strike when released by the National Mediation Board, according to a union organizer for Unite Here Local 2. They work for LSG Sky Chefs and Gate Gourmet, the subcontractors providing meals for United, Delta and American Airlines flights departing SFO. Thousands more food service workers are taking part in similar votes in 21 other locations across the country. The union maintains there is a growing crisis around airline catering workers’ health care and wages. They say people who load food and beverages onto planes are often living in poverty and unable to afford health care. “I voted to strike when released because one job should be enough to have a good life,” Alvarez said. Unite Here Local 2 representatives estimate that less than 50 percent of the food service workers at SFO are covered by health care, and just 10 percent had a child or family member covered. The median wage for the workers is $18.66 per hour. Sky Chef is negotiating in good faith with the workers, according to the company’s statement, “Our company values the hard work and dedication of our team members. Wages, as well as other benefits, including vacations, uniforms and company provided meals, as well as health and welfare, are subject to the collective bargaining process between our company and their union representatives.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]Gate Gourmet spokeswoman Nancy Jewell said in an email Saturday night, “While our goal is to reach a new agreement as quickly as possible, the negotiations process can be lengthy. In the meantime, we operate under the Railway Labor Act, which preserves the current terms and conditions of our existing National Master Agreement labor contract and prevents operational disruptions.” More information and strike vote status is available at AirportStrikeAlert.org.
16 Jun 19
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16 Jun 19
Human Events

Our middle-class monitors must relearn the lessons from the past: working class folk are the salt of the earth. They deserve more respect than they currently get. Trash their identity, and they will destroy your identity politics.

16 Jun 19
East Bay Times
Bay City News SAN FRANCISCO — Less than half of food workers preparing meals served aboard three airlines flying out of San Francisco are able to afford the health care plans offered by their employers, union officials said Saturday. “I prepare food and beverage for some of the world’s biggest airlines, but I have to go to a free clinic because my company insurance is so expensive that I can’t afford it,” said Roberto Alvarez, who loads airline carts full of food and beverage at one of the two San Francisco InternationalAirport kitchens that held strike votes this week. In a statement released Saturday, LSG Sky Chef officials said they had not confirmed that the union had requested a release for the strike from the National Mediation Board, which is necessary before a strike can take place. Some 1,500 workers at SFO voted this week to strike when released by the National Mediation Board, according to a union organizer for Unite Here Local 2. They work for LSG Sky Chefs and Gate Gourmet, the subcontractors providing meals for United, Delta and American Airlines flights departing SFO. Thousands more food service workers are taking part in similar votes in 21 other locations across the country. The union maintains there is a growing crisis around airline catering workers’ health care and wages. They say people who load food and beverages onto planes are often living inpoverty and unable to afford health care. “I voted to strike when released because one job should be enough to have a good life,” Alvarez said. Unite Here Local 2 representatives estimate that less than 50 percent of the food service workers at SFO are covered by health care, and just 10 percent had a child or family member covered. The median wage for the workers is $18.66 per hour. Sky Chef is negotiating in good faith with the workers, according to the company’s statement, “Our company values the hard work and dedication of our team members. Wages, as well as other benefits, including vacations, uniforms and company provided meals, as well as health and welfare, are subject to the collective bargaining process between our company and their union representatives.” [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]Gate Gourmet spokeswoman Nancy Jewell said in an email Saturday night, “While our goal is to reach a new agreement as quickly as possible, the negotiations process can be lengthy. In the meantime, we operate under the Railway Labor Act, which preserves the current terms and conditions of our existing National Master Agreement labor contract and prevents operational disruptions.” More information and strike vote status is available at AirportStrikeAlert.org.
16 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

One might be tempted to adapt the aphorism and write that "the animators pass but the radios remain" … However, when it comes to Europe 1, the morning waltz confirms a deeper structural crisis, more sustainable. Announcing his departure after a single season as holder of the strategic tench 7 hours / 9 hours, Nikos […]

16 Jun 19
Football News And Cup Today | Cup News

[ad_1] That is according to club legend Bryan Robson, who skippered United to two Premier League titles. Rashford’s contract expires next June and Old Trafford white-collars as keen to pin down the academy graduate on a new long-term deal. It has been suggested United may need to pay the England international north of £300,000 a […]

16 Jun 19
Accountingservice.biz

Matthew 5:38-42 Offer the wicked man no resistance Jesus said to his disciples: ‘You have learnt how it was said: Eye for eye and tooth for tooth. But I say this to you: offer the wicked man no resistance. On the contrary, if anyone hits you on the right cheek, offer him the other as […]

16 Jun 19
Football News And Cup Today | Cup News

[ad_1] That is according to German journalist Raphael Honigstein. Ozil and Emery did not see eye to eye in the coach’s first season at The Emirates as the Spaniard demanded a high-octane style which did not dovetail with Ozil’s artistic approach. The Arsenal No 10 signed a bumper £350,000-a-week contract in January 2018, however, which […]

16 Jun 19
Amateur Psychologist

Now, do you see why Trump had to collude with Russia in order to steal the United States 2016 Presidential election? C’mon, Trump ain’t even in the realm of President Obama’s orbit. Trump’s brand is ‘LOSER.’ Everybody and their momma knew that Trump colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 Presidential election. Hello, Republicans had […]

16 Jun 19
News Directory

COCAINE used the Parliament and suspended it with Brexit to lead the Tory leadership competition, but theresa May race has also put together difficult questions about Scottish devolution. Prioritizing the front board Boris Johnson, who always looks after a man helping police with their inquiries, put in place a tax plan last week which was […]

16 Jun 19
Pop goes the Weasel

On ‘Nothing Great about Britain’, the heavily hyped debut from Northamptonshire rapper Slowthai, the country’s alleged demise is not just symbolised in the imagery (drinking outside palace gates, sat glued to the sofa watching Eastenders, ASBOS, skunk, the EDL) but embodied by a rapper bereft of both imagination and answers. Slowthai shows an inherent awareness […]