[Lb1] How to retain good employees.
[Lb2] It’s not new but one of those things worthy of periodic mention: Rush hour commutes are bad for you.
[Lb3] An alleged mass-movement in Minnesota to de-unionize.
[Lb4] Robert Glazer looks at employee departures and how to handle employee fit\ in addition to the skills and experience they bring to the table.
[Lb5] IBM is apparently putting down a lot of roots in India.
[Lb6] On the relationship between automation and labor, the history is the history but it’s still uncertain where things will go from here.
[Lb7] More men are becoming nurses, but are otherwise still avoiding “girl jobs“.
[Lb8] The age-old question of who should control the means of production. Some folks have been looking at importing the Japanese model (calling it Single Payer because apparently Everything Is), and they actually require this sort of thing. I’m not sold either way.
[Lb9] Macron has his chance to be Reagan as the air traffic controllers of France are striking.