Joyce Goldstein, a labor and employee benefits lawyer representing unions and employee benefit funds in Cleveland for over 30 years with Goldstein Gragel LLC, spoke with America’s Work Force Radio Podcast on May 8 to discuss workers rights during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading
Dr. Gil Mobley, physician and microbiologist, spoke with America’s Work Force on March 13 to discuss the Coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading
Jim Cullen, editor of the Progressive Populist spoke with America’s Work Force on Feb. 14 to discuss how Senate Republicans are enabling President Trump rather than holding him accountable for his actions. Continue reading
Jim Cullen, editor of the Progressive Populist spoke with America’s Work Force on Dec. 13 about President Trump and how he is not a populist. Continue reading
Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Emanuella Groves spoke with America’s Work Force on Nov. 8 about reinstating suspended licenses. Continue reading
Justin Madden, lawyer with Justin Madden Co. LPA spoke with America’s Work Force on Sept. 13 to discuss at-will employees. Continue reading
Jim Cullen, editor of the Progressive Populist spoke to America’s Work Force on August 9 about how the President diverts bad press against him to a different issue. Continue reading
Workplace discrimination was one of the main topics on the July 12 edition of America’s Work Force Radio. Continue reading
Justin Madden, attorney at Justin Madden Co. L.P.A. joined us on America’s Work Force on June 14 s he discussed medical marijuana being permitted at the workplace. Continue reading
Justin Madden, personal injury and business litigation lawyer with Justin Madden Law, spoke with America’s Work Force on May 10 to talk about firefighters fighting for collective bargaining rights.
Madden brought up the issue of the start time for firefighters at the Cleveland Fire Department’s 24 hour shift being moved up from 8:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. This does not sound like an issue, however, the fire chief made this decision on his own without discussing it with the firefighters in the department. He said that the International Association of Fire Fighters Local 93 objected to this and said that the firefighters in the department deserve to negotiate the terms of their hours themselves, instead of changes being implemented without any discussion. Madden said that the firefighters should be able to negotiate a contract with their fire chief where they negotiate important topics such as their shift times.
Jim Cullen, editor of the Progressive Populist spoke with AWF on May 10 about the Mueller Report. He talked about how the president should remain under investigation for obstruction of justice, collusion, and even treason. Cullen also said that he believes that the findings in the Mueller Report should be broadcast on television for everyone to see.
Mark Camilli, national business agent for the National Association of Letter Carriers talked about the Stamp Out Hunger food drive taking place on Saturday, May, 11. To participate in the food drive, Camilli said that a person should leave non-perishable canned food items next to their mailbox, and when a mail-person drops off a resident’s mail, they will pick it up, and the food will be donated.
AWF host Ed “Flash” spoke about Richard Trumka’s speech about the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act.