All workers, not just bargaining
Monday the president’s budget recommended … slashing Hanford cleanup spending by 10 percent.
Preliminary Numbers are.....$1.4B, $61M below FY 2017 Enacted, for the Office of River Protection. And $747M, $169M below FY 2017 Enacted, for Richland cleanup at Hanford.
✔️Ensures the safety and effectiveness of our nuclear arsenal; and begins the long-term process of modernizing our nuclear security enterprise.
✔️Protects our energy infrastructure from cyberattacks and other threats.
✔️Promotes America’s “all of the above” energy strategy and fulfills the President’s long-term goal of American #EnergyDominance.
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Thank you brother Gerrado Saenz for your service. Brother Saenz is an IHT for WRPS.
Unions are nothing without their members. That's what gives them power. The American middle class is shrinking. Economic gains are going to the wealthy. Workers must come together and fight for themselves. No one else will.
Harley-Davidson said the move will not impact its U.S. factories...... Wait. They are laying people off in the US.
Harley-Davidson management announced early Tuesday that it will close a manufacturing facility in Kansas City, MO. The closure affects 572 Machinists Union members at Harley and Syncreon.
“Kansas City is suffering the consequences of Harley-Davidson’s continued neglect of its North American workforce and ridership,” said International President Bob Martinez.
The bill would require the state’s worker compensation program to presume that a wide range of diseases were caused by occupational exposure at the nuclear res...ervation, rather that requiring employees to prove that it was Hanford exposure that made them ill. http://www.tri-cityherald.com/…/hanf…/article196783609.html
"In one case, airborne contamination that appeared to be linked to demolition of the plant was found about 10 miles away near the K Reactors, which are along the Columbia River."
Hanford workers are expected to report to work as usual.
Tri-Cities area has a strong federal presence, with more than 13,000 employees paid by the federal government.
The recommendations have no immediate legal force but, like the president’s budget itself, reflect the administration’s priorities, making it an ideological blueprint.
Another reason to not shop at WalMart.
About 3,500 “co-managers” will be laid off. They will be replaced by new, “assistant manager” positions, which would have a lower salary. The laid off workers will be able to “apply” for these new jobs.
WALMART DECEPTION: “After Walmart’s flashy announcement of bonuses of up to $1,000 for some of its workers, the real story played out quietly. As news of the bo...nus announcement was lauded by Trump and Fox News, Walmart abruptly closed down 63 Sam’s Clubs stores. More than 9,000 people lost their jobs.”