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Long-awaited by our members and all observers of the federal public service, the Lahey Report, kept under wraps since 2004 on the pretext of Cabinet confidentiality, was finally published on the Treasury Board Web site this past July. Penned by James Lahey, a bureaucrat with a longstanding career at Treasury Board, this report implies that federal employees in the lower hierarchical echelons receive higher compensation than what is offered in the private sector, while executive positions are substantially underpaid in comparison to the market. Referring to professionals and scientists, the Lahey Report claims they are paid on ...
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Trade War | The American Prospect
James K. Galbraith calls on populists to adjust their assumptions and priorities when it comes to trade policy, and adopt a "reality-based" view. In " Breaking the Consensus (Finally) ," Jeff Faux offers a different take, arguing that it's good policy as well as good politics to focus on revamping the rules of the global economy. Here, the two engage each other directly: Jeff Faux First, let's get the politics straight. The divisions among Democrats over trade during the last two decades have not been initiated by the populists, but by those who have carried the water for Wall Street. As the chair of American Express ... market research, surveys and trends


DLC: Remarks of Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton at the DLC National ...
Thank you very much. And thanks to my friend, Jennifer Granholm. She is a great governor. Talk about backbone. She has stood against the tide of job losses in large measure caused by the failed policies of the Republicans in Washington and Michigan, and across our country. She is running for reelection and I hope every single one of us will do whatever we can to make sure she is reelected. She deserves it on the merits. Thank you, Jennifer. (Applause.) Well, I'm back, and I'm glad to be back, and to have this opportunity to make this report to you. You know, I knew that the -- Tom Vilsack would do a great job chairing ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Just months after Catalyst Paper lost it's court case after it refused to pay more than $6 million in municipal taxes to four bC communities, including North Cowichan, Catalyst Paper president Richard Garneau is demanding a 25 - 30 % roll-back of labour costs at it's four BC pulp mills. Ten days earlier, Catalyst walked away from a meeting with the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union, who had offered to reduce wages by 10% and to forego two future wage increases already agreed to in their contract.   Catalyst Paper is the largest newsprint and paper producer in Western Canada, and is blaming the global ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


Providing direct support to Canada's value-added manufacturing industries that ... Establishing and maintaining a reasonable minimum wage; ..... New Westminster DLC. Nancy McCurrach. Amber Hockin. North Okanagan LC. Nancy Ingersoll ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
in the enforcement of State minimum wage and occupational safety and health laws . ...... Such accounts are being tried in Canada and France. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Wages of Pay Cuts: Evidence from a Field Experiment
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