Yesterday I pointed out that whatever the heck it was that Bernie Sanders was talking about it most certainly wasn’t socialism. And today we get a socialist saying that what Bernie is talking about is not socialism. Not that such a straddle shot means that we’re both right of course, […]
Heartland of Canada’s oil industry targets cut to greenhouse gas emissions
Sir Garfield Sobers, legendary West Indian all-rounder, has a simple formula for achieving sporting excellence: start putting in the hard work early, and never stop. The 79-year-old Barbadian, who was knighted for the extraordinary abilities that dazzled the cricket world in the late 1950s till the early 70s, is in India […]
We live in fearful times but left unchecked, fear can exact a hidden tax. Which is why we must be vigilant about not letting fear occupy the drivers seat in our lives, communities, organizations and corridors of power. We must own our power to affect positive change, lest fear win.
It’s great that you got a job offer. Should you accept the job, or keep looking? Liz Ryan explains
Move aims to boost weak economic recovery but risks confrontation with Brussels
A Q&A with Ashoka Fellow and labor organizer Ai-jen Poo Chances are that when you think of the online economy you’re not likely to think about progressive labor practices. In fact, online economy giants Amazon and Uber have recently come under fire for their labor standards and policies, the latter […]