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Southern California Association Of Governments Selects Nyeland Promise To Build Street Level Community Resiliency And Increase Traffic Safety

Southern California Association Of Governments Selects Nyeland Promise To Build Street Level Community Resiliency And Increase Traffic Safety

Nyeland Acres, CA, September 27, 2021—From a competitive pool of applicants across the region, the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) has awarded funding to Nyeland Promise to implement a traffic safety project.  The funding is part of the Go Human Community Streets Mini-Grants Program, which focuses on building street-level community resiliency and increasing the safety of […]

Ventura, CA | Airgas Employees Free From Unwanted Union After Teamsters Flee Workplace To Avoid Vote

Ventura, CA | Airgas Employees Free From Unwanted Union After Teamsters Flee Workplace To Avoid Vote

07Ventura, CA (September 17, 2021) – Following Airgas USA employee Angel Herrera and his coworkers’ yearlong effort seeking to end the union’s control at their workplace, Teamsters Local 848 officials have filed documents with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ending their monopoly bargaining power over all workers at the Airgas Glass Welding and Safety Products […]

20.2% Increase In California Construction Employment, 10th Largest In U.S.

20.2% Increase In California Construction Employment, 10th Largest In U.S.

By Mike LaFirenza While the potential for trillions of dollars of new infrastructure spending looms on the horizon, America’s construction industry is struggling to even keep pace with current demand for new homes, businesses, roads, and bridges. A shortage of supplies and employees has created ongoing challenges for construction firms and their customers. “The home […]

Report: Trump’s Interior Department Gives Workers A Month To Relocate Out West Or Risk Getting Fired

Report: Trump’s Interior Department Gives Workers A Month To Relocate Out West Or Risk Getting Fired

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER . The Trump administration reportedly notified hundreds of Interior Department employees Tuesday that they will have 30 days to relocate to western states or face the potential of job terminations. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is relocating 27 employees from Washington, D.C., to the agency’s new headquarters in Colorado and another […]

Labor Day 2017:  Free the Workers From Bribe Demanding Unions

Labor Day 2017:  Free the Workers From Bribe Demanding Unions

  . By Stephen Frank,  California Political News and Views Today is Labor Day, 2017.  This is a day to remember the sacrifices, dedication and hard work of those that serve us—as cops, firefighters, nurses, government employees, steel workers, auto makers, farmer workers and more.  Unless their father owned the business, or Uncle is a city […]

Sign Up Now For Center4SpecialNeeds September Work It Out Program Workshop!

Sign Up Now For Center4SpecialNeeds September Work It Out Program Workshop!

DONT MISS OUR SEPTEMBER SESSION! The first two sessions of our Work It Out Program have been an incredible success. We have connected individuals with employment and other opportunities within our community. Center4SpecialNeeds is pleased to be offering a job skills program called WORK IT OUT!, which is designed to educate potential employees with disabilities about the interpersonal […]

California Mental Health Workers Strike Over Inability To See Patients

California Mental Health Workers Strike Over Inability To See Patients

California mental health workers began a week long strike against Kaiser Healthcare System on Monday over what they claim are unfair labor practices.

The Minimum Wage and Risk

The Minimum Wage and Risk

    By David Stewart The biggest difference between workers getting a wage and business owners paying a wage is RISK.  The employee starts his job and is guaranteed that as long as he shows up for work and follows the instructions for doing his job he will get paid.  The business owner starts his […]

Do We Need More State Workers?

Do We Need More State Workers?

By Jon Coupal Government employee union leaders are grinning from ear to ear. Governor Brown wants to hire an additional 1,600 employees and jettison some state contracts with private sector workers. It’s been said that all government work should be subjected to the “Yellow Pages test.” If a service provider can be found in the […]