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By GREGORY N. HEIRES Retailers bemoan the estimated $14.4 billion they lose each year to shoplifting. What they don’t like to acknowledge is that they steal more than that amount—an estimated $15 billion—by paying their workers less than the minimum … Continue reading
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By GREGORY N. HEIRES Union-busting law firms and right-wing groups charge that unions are fleecing members through mandatory dues charges. What’s worse, they say, workers get little back for their contributions. “Union Dues Are A Prohibitively Bad Investment” blared the … Continue reading
By GREGORY. HEIRES Small government advocates tout privatization as a way to reduce costs and improve services in the public sector. But around the country, the privatization of state and local government services has a shoddy track record. Governments started … Continue reading