The false ballistic missile alarm sent to residents of the Hawaii on Saturday prompts our resident labor historians Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump to discuss the past and potential future of warfare with nuclear weapons.
This week on The Labor Intensive with Charlie McCollester and rosemary Trump we talk about Oprah’s speech at the golden globes and how she could be really good for the democratic party. We also talk about current trade policies with China.
This week in The Labor Intensive with Rosemary Trump and Charlie McCollester we talk about how the trend of “at-will employment” needs to end. Just cause for firing has been instated in many developed entries and puts workers on a more even level compared to employers.
The Labor Intensive: December 19, 2017
This week on The Labor Intensive with Rosemary Trump and Charlie McCollester, we talk about the GOP tax bill and why this will be very band for working people.
This week on the Labor Intensive with Rosemary Trump and Charlie McCollester we talk about how unions are the main supporters of strong and vibrant middle class, as well as the fears that we are seeing open slavery in the world again.
This week on The Labor Intensive with Rosemary Trump, we talk about how effective single payer healthcare would be for people and how the GOP tax plan is a way of taking healthcare away from million of people. Additionally we cover how pollution is causing lots of health problems for people around the world.
Our resident labor historians Rosemary Trump (former SEIU VP) and Charlie McCollester (labor history professor) join us for their weekly segment, The Labor Intensive. We talk about how proposed tax reform affects higher education, young families, and more.
This week on The Labor Intensive with Charlie McCollester and Rosemary Trump they bring a historical perspective to modern news. Some of the news they cover is the influence of the Democratic Socialists of America is having on modern politics as well as how artificial intelligence is not the boon of equality that we expected it to be due to being controlled by capitalism.
Resident labor historians Rosemary Trump and Charlie McCollester talk about workforce development as an investment rather than a handout.
This week on the Labor Intensive with Rosemary Trump and Charlie McCollester we discuss topics ranging from Pittsburgh being profiled on Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown to Amazon considering to put a facility in Pittsburgh and why they should be prepared for workers to fight for decent work conditions.