Let us together closely lie and kiss, There is no labor, no shame in this This hath pleased, doth please, and long will please, never, Can this decay, but is beginning ever
We used to joke that if you go into labor we'll drag you out to the sidewalk.
Current labor market estimates appear to be overstating the share of working Americans by 1.4 percentage points. This corresponds to roughly 3 million fewer people working almost as big a drop in employment as in a typical recession.
He had a very close relationship with Miguel Contreras and a very, very close relationship with Ludlow. He's very much a labor guy, but he's going to need labor allies on each of these issues.
One thousand-plus jobs within a 40-mile radius represents a major labor provider.
It shows the labor market is continuing to stabilize.
We're definitely enjoying the fruits of our labor,
I think it's encouraging that three weeks in a row we've been below 400,000. I think it suggests the labor market may be strengthening a little bit.
It was a short-term labor disruption. In the long run it's unlikely to be a big problem.
All those sick puppies in the Labor Party, I'm happy to leave them behind,
I do expect to see the other legacy airlines match the United increase or file an increase formula of their own. Over the Labor Day weekend, I expect to see the airlines jockey for position but by ... Sept. 6, they will probably all be on the same page.
Intervention can be effective in the short term, but it doesn't do much to arrest the bigger issues. The market would appreciate structural reforms, such as tax reform, labor reform and pension reform.
Undoubtedly a man is to labor to better his condition, but first to better himself
While we are not pleased with the short term impact the labor issues have had on our bottom line, our actions are aimed at enhanced global competitiveness of our North American operations,
We're seeing the fruits of our labor. We've been pushing for this for so long.
It seems that this year there have been more candidates who put themselves on a slate. It appears as if the five candidates opposing the day labor site have formed one of these slates.
There's nothing in the tea leaves telling us we'll be seeing much labor-market buoyancy for several months.
As technology improves, you need less space and less labor. That also means workers need to be much more skilled.
A hermetically sealed border ... would be astronomically expensive and (ineffective), considering our heavy reliance on undocumented labor for an increasingly diverse range of labor-intensive industries. It runs counter to our economic reality.
It's potentially very significant because it's no secret that there's a split in organized labor. The NEA, which has potentially millions of members, is essentially choosing a side.
There's still technical buying and there's no selling. You've got strikes and new labor disputes coming into view.
We are not trying to divide the labor movement, we are trying to rebuild it,
They're a little disappointing if you're looking for a strong labor market, but nothing dramatic.
This is what needs to be fine-tuned. These are what we know the expenses are going to be now, on fuel and labor and these types of things.
It's going to be relatively soft labor market over the course of the year.