Mark Gruenberg, writer for Press Associates Union spoke with America’s Work Force on Feb. 3 to discuss political activism. Continue reading
Sue McConnell, president of the Cleveland Better Business Bureau spoke with America’s Work Force on Dec. 2 to inform listeners of scams to be on the lookout for during this holiday season. Continue reading
Mark Gruenberg, labor writer for Press Associates Union spoke with America’s Work Force on Nov. 4 about a union supporting the Protect the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. Continue reading
Sue McConnell, president of the Cleveland Better Business Bureau spoke with America’s Work Force on Oct. 7 about scams to be on the lookout for during the fall months. Continue reading
America’s Work Force host Ed Flash Ferenc talked to listeners on Labor Day about some of the victories labor unions have had and how they benefited all workers. One of the benefits labor unions gave the workforce is a 40 hour work week and work-free weekends. Before labor unions, workers worked over 60 hours, seven days a week, but thanks to unions, workers won weekends for leisure time and rest. Another important win for unions that Ferenc discussed was the right to collectively bargain for their contracts. By having the right to collectively bargain, power is shifted more equally than the power being held by corporations. Continue reading
Sue McConnell, president of the Better Business Bureau in Cleveland joined America’s Work Force on Monday, August 5 to talk about a list of scams to be on the lookout for during the remainder of this summer. Continue reading
Mark Gruenberg, writer and editor for Press Associates Union spoke with America’s Work Force on July 1 to discuss his takeaways on what was said during the Democratic debates in the last week of June. Continue reading
Week two of the partial government shutdown was the main topic of discussion during the Jan. 7 edition of America’s Work Force.
Labor writer Mark Gruenberg with Press Associates Union discussed the partial government shutdown and the ongoing effects it has on government employees. He talked about “essential” government employees that are required to continue to work during the shutdown but are unsure if they will be paid or not. Gruenberg also talked about the American Federation of Government Employees lawsuit against the Trump administration in federal court to pay the “essential” workers, but the courts can’t heart the case right now because they are part of the shutdown. He also mentioned the outlook for the new congress.
Sue McConnell with the Better Business Bureau, BBB, joined AWF on Jan. 7 and discussed the top 10 scams of 2018, as listed by the BBB. From E-commerce to medicare scams, McConnell gives an overview and explanation of all of the top scams of the year.
AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc discussed President Trump’s demands more money in order to pay for the border wall when he still has yet to use the current money allocated towards border security.