Norway youth now ‘too lazy’ to take Swedes’ café jobs: lobby group


Two staff (nationality unknown) in Oslo’s Kaffebrenneriet café. Photo: Kaffebrenneriet From:  The Local’ Norway Young Norwegians are so spoiled that most no longer consider jobs in cafés or restaurants now staffed largely by Swedes, the head of Norway’s national business lobby group has complained. “We have started to see it as quite natural that thereContinue reading “Norway youth now ‘too lazy’ to take Swedes’ café jobs: lobby group”

Electric Cars Are Evil (The Economics of Car Production)


2019 Hyundai Kona Electric By: John Voelcker\Greencarreports.com   “Electric cars are disasters. They are evil.” Not something you’d hear every day, certainly not from a powerful executive in the auto industry. Yet those are the words of Ha Bu-young, head of the Hyundai motor union, both the largest and the most powerful union in SouthContinue reading “Electric Cars Are Evil (The Economics of Car Production)”

Race and Harley Barber: She will be remembered for her Nigger rant


“Say it; forget it. Post it regret it.” Social Media and the need to be noticed has ruined millions of lives.  Before social media we called a friend and ranted.  Today, I’m embarrassed for friends and family members who go online to vent and later get caught up in a storm when people disagree withContinue reading “Race and Harley Barber: She will be remembered for her Nigger rant”

Having a rough time finding work? or keeping work. Could it be da Ganja? da Weed? da marijuana?


The US unemployment rate is currently 4.2 percent.  It a very good time for those looking for work? Are you filling out applications, sending resumes and not getting a call after the interview? Do you smoke?  You may have an Epic resume with stellar references and a Oscar winning smile.  .  An oder can undoContinue reading “Having a rough time finding work? or keeping work. Could it be da Ganja? da Weed? da marijuana?”

Court Awards Burger King Employee $46,000 after being fired for taking Fish Sandwich


By:Stephanie IP\Vancouver Sun Usha Ram worked at various Burger King locations in Vancouver Canada as a cook for more than for 24 years . With no record of any formal discipline. At the end of her shift on Dec. 27, 2013, Ram asked Yayyaba Salman, the manager on duty, in Hindi if she could takeContinue reading “Court Awards Burger King Employee $46,000 after being fired for taking Fish Sandwich”

Hotel Confidential: Possible Worker Shortage This summer in Sacramento


CityFella Years of a flat economy has taken its toll on low income workers.  For years those earning at or just above minimum wage has not seen an wage increase in years. A few weeks ago, Wal Mart announced a wage hike for workers earning less than $10. an hour. While this is big news,Continue reading “Hotel Confidential: Possible Worker Shortage This summer in Sacramento”

Raising the Right Professionals: An Uphill Battle for Russia


‘Educators must better adapt programs to the demands of the work force By Alexey Eremenko/Moscow Times For a split second in December, it looked like 77 percent of Russians would be forced out of their current jobs. This is the estimated percentage of people working in a field outside of the scope of their university studies — a practice the government wanted to broadly prohibit beginning in 2020. OfficialsContinue reading “Raising the Right Professionals: An Uphill Battle for Russia”

7 Signs You’re About to Be Fired


How to tell when the writing is on the wall—and what you can do to erase it By: Rachael Schultz/Mens Health Magazine You don’t ever think you’re going to get fired, unless you start doing a sub-par job on purpose. And if your company is simply trimming headcount, it’s hard to know whether you shouldContinue reading “7 Signs You’re About to Be Fired”

One third of Swiss workers in part-time jobs


A third of employees in Switzerland work part-time, a new report from the Federal Office of Statistics has found. According to the report, only the Netherlands has a higher rate with 49.1 percent of its population in part-time work, while Switzerland has 33.7 percent, newspaper Tribune de Genève reported. Approximately 77 percent of women agedContinue reading “One third of Swiss workers in part-time jobs”