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Why remote work & working from home makes cent$

For a while now my employer has been bringing up the remote work policy. Rumors fly every year that management wants to take it away, kill the policy. 927 more words


From the Desk of the Editor: Measure A is Not the Way

By: Brian McLain

Over the past several weeks a campaign funded by big money donors and developers to push a one-cent sales tax increase across Polk County has ramped up through town halls to social media. 1,289 more words


Alex Sobel slams Universal Credit in House of Commons Speech

Alex Sobel MP slammed Universal Credit in yesterday’s  Opposition Day debate on Universal Credit in the House of Commons.

The Labour Party called the debate to demand a pause to the rollout of Universal Credit to allow time to fix the numerous problems with the new system. 314 more words

Alex Sobel MP Leeds North West

Happy Labor Day from IWPR!

Dear IWPR Supporters and Colleagues,

Today we celebrate Labor Day. As we enjoy the last days of summer, I would like to take a moment to remember the day’s true meaning—a time to honor the contributions workers have made to strengthen the well-being of our country, the struggle for improved pay and working conditions, and the fight that our value be recognized. 541 more words


Beyond Burnout. How The Mental Load Affects Moms & What You Can Do About It!

#MomsWeighIn #MomsSelf-Care #TameTheInvisibleWorkLoad

Postcards From The Isle of Overwhelm  

98% of the Moms surveyed* feel stress from carrying the mental load, the always-on invisible to-do list that results from the ‘everything household and kids’ oversight handled by Mom in most families. 2,215 more words

McDonnell's response to Hammond: Only Labour can deliver Brexit for the many

This morning Philip Hammond made his – delayed – Mansion House speech. Its messages were clear – austerity will continue, the Chancellor is not in agreement with the PM over Brexit. 364 more words

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