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OfficialDaily Thetha 2h
Is our anger towards foreign nationals due to the fact that we feel our country has limited resources and opportunities?
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OfficialDaily Thetha 2h
seems to all be good and well for the government to set it to protect workers, but those who live on it are struggling to keep up with the cost of living. Should it be raised?
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W. Stubbs🎼🎸📝 5h
The ache in my muscles, is . I bend over to tie a wire and irrigation pipe together with “piglet rings”. I have already, after only five days on the job thought of an easier way to achieve the same goal through less work and better time management.
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Deluxe 1h
Replying to @daily_thetha
YES it should be raised there's nothing painful like saying UYASEBENZA but come mid-month money dololo because of this actually it's heartbreaking.
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ugly_duckling 2h
Replying to @daily_thetha
What limited resources?? We HV enough resources in this country let us nt be fooled cos if that WS not the case we wouldn't be having all kind of migrants flocking in our country
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OfficialDaily Thetha 1h
Replying to @Ndabasekoloni
This is true. But then why would the be set so low, to the point that ordinary South African cannot live with dignity on it?
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MECEP Sep 24
BREAKING: In its first year, Maine's increased spurred dramatic income gains for the poorest Mainers and helped lift 10,000 kids out of poverty. Read our analysis here:
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Dr. Bronner's Sep 18
At Dr. Bronner's, the for full-time employees is $18.10. In our experience, paying employees a living wage increases productivity, reduces turnover (ours was 5.2% in 2017), improves morale, and benefits the local economy. !
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Dan David 14h
Madeleine Dean's hypocrisy when it comes to paying good wages and creating American jobs was protested this weekend outside her $10K fundraiser with Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
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14Kay♠ Sep 24
Seems Nigeria Labour Congress wants to give us "Compulsory Public Holiday" soon ..... Strike looming
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The Nation Nigeria 22h
Barely any last minute change of plans, organised Labour in the country have concluded plans to embark on a warning strike to protest government ...
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UNISON - the union Sep 23
Congratulations to our cleaners at . Achieved a substantial increase in their pay raising it from and improved conditions. Just shows if we stand together we really can make a difference. 👏👏
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The Fairness Project 10h
There are some who like to say that raising the kills jobs. Well, the research shows they’re very wrong.
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David Neumark 17h
Don't forget that even if there is some monopsony power, the can still reduce employment, and most evidence suggests it does.
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K(no)wDetails Sep 18
Congressional Republicans applauding The DC Council on father knows best; enabling restaurants to steal wages.
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Nancy Griffis 10h
Change ... Change . Change ... Change the ... Change the country... and then !
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Solidarity Halifax 13h
Join us next Tuesday October 2nd at Noon to rally for a $15/hour minimum wage in Nova Scotia and better workplace protections and benefits for Nova Scotian workers.
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nelly kennington 12h
Replying to @channelstv
Fine, but I think the presidency should be more interested in settling the current issues at hand in Nigeria before crying out to the world. One of which is resolving the so NLC won't embark on a full industrial action.
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Martin at mglHR 2h
Minimum wage: Workers underpaid by record £15.6m
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AIER 20h
Your First Job: Real Costs of the Minimum Wage . Analysis by .
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