September 2012 Twitter Highlights from David Schein

  • 09/28/2012: The killing of 4 employees in a workplace in MN yesterday underscores this growing danger. Employers need to focus on this threat.
  • 09/27/2012: Would it have made more sense to stop public sector unions from striking or paying through the nose for mediocre teachers in Chicago?
  • 09/27/2012: Settlement of the NFL Refs strike means they will make $175K in 2013 and as much as $205K by 2019. When do we consider the cost of tiks?
  • 09/17/2012: Chicago Mayor’s move for an injunction against Teachers’ Union underscores my argument against allowing public sector unions to strike.
  • 09/10/2012: US workforce participation at the lowest level in decades. The official unemployment rate increasingly less relevant to the labor market.
  • 09/10/2012: Exhibit A: Why public sector unions should not be allowed to strike is the Chicago teachers. Direct anger at the politicians who enabled it.

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