New jobs numbers released Oct. 8 show President George W. Bush is nearly 7 million jobs short of the job predictions his economic advisers made in February 2002 when Bush pushed through his tax cuts. ..
It was a high-top topping-out at the giant Lafarge Distribution Facility on Detroit’s riverfront. ..
In 1972, an ironworker named Michael McDonough was killed in a workplace catastrophe in Flint, resulting in a lawsuit. In the McDonough case, the Michigan Supreme Court recognized that construction workers, and those employed in other high hazard occupations, have the right to sue for damages, if the project owner, general contractor, or any other corporation hires a subcontractor to perform “inherently dangerous work,” and the subcontractor’s negligence seriously, or fatally, injures one of its employees. ..
(PAI) – Many of our nation’s lawmakers are acknowledging that hamburger assembly is not the same as auto assembly. ..
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