Are you feeling burnout at work? If so, why?

"While companies are posting record profits, Americans are working harder than ever before for a nominal wage increase."

Employee burnout is becoming a huge problem in the American workforce

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yesterday at 20:00. Facebook
Call your representative now and tell them to vote NO on the house health care law. The plan would strip care from millions and increase costs for even more, all to give more tax breaks to the rich. That's unacceptable.

Call now before they vote tomorrow: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Call Your Rep & Stop The House Health Plan

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yesterday at 17:00. Facebook
Right now, we're seeing things like public schools and affordable health care go under attack. It's easy to feel overwhelmed, but we're here to help.

Join our 30-Days of Change campaign to learn how you can make a difference in your neighborhood by having conversations and taking action. When we come together, we can make change. Learn more at: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Join 30-Days of Change

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Working America
yesterday at 16:15. Facebook
Have you contacted your rep yet? Make sure they vote NO on #wealthcare tomorrow at [ Bit.ly Link ]

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Stop the House Health Care Law Now!

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Working America
03/21/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
How President Trump's proposed budget endangers working people

"And steelworkers and coal miners have seen dismemberment and death on the job and don’t want the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) eliminated or the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) decimated."

Trump's Budget Endangers American Workers

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Working America
03/21/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Urge your Senator to oppose H.J. Res 83/ S.J. Res 27, which would undo the OSHA rule that pushes firms to keep good safety records

Congress May Undo Rule That Pushes Firms To Keep Good Safety Records

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Meet James Waltimire, a police officer on unpaid medical leave, who will be greatly affected by the GOP's proposed cuts to medicaid

"Mr. Waltimire, 54, was able to sign up for the government health insurance program last year because Ohio expanded it to cover more than 700,000 low-income adults under the Affordable Care Act. He voted for President Trump — in part because of Mr. Trump’s...
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G.O.P.’s Health Care Tightrope Winds Through the Blue-Collar Midwest

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Working America
03/20/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Working people spoke up together to hold their employer, Disney, accountable for violating minimum wage rules

Disney pays $3.8 million for violating minimum wage rules

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Working America
03/20/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
How Trump's proposed budget could hurt American manufacturing and innovation

"Donald Trump won the White House after promising to bring back jobs to the United States and revive American manufacturing. But the president's budget blueprint calls for federal funding cuts that could set back scientific and technological breakthroughs that spur innovation and create jobs as well as jeopardize, or...
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How Trump’s Budget Could Hurt American Manufacturing and Innovation

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Watch: A Nurse’s View of Medicaid

Registered Nurse Pat Waller describes how repealing the Affordable Care Act and cutting Medicaid would hurt her rural community of Athens, Ohio. via AFSCME
Working America
03/19/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
Here's how a day in the life of a poor American would be under Trump's proposed budget

"The first thing you notice when you wake up is that it’s cold. It’s unseasonably cold for March, sure, but it’s also colder in the house than it should be. The winter was long and heating oil is expensive — and although the government used to provide assistance with the heating bills, that support ended...
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Perspective | A day in the life of a poor American under Trump’s proposed budget

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Working America
03/19/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
"This budget plan abandons those middle class moms and pops, and their children. It will make it even harder for them to get ahead as it threatens to hollow out the very agencies, departments and programs that do, in fact, help the poor and middle class." via AFSCME

Trump’s Budget Plan a Disaster for Working People, Poor

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Working America
03/18/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
ICYMI Working people and UNITE HERE! had a big win -->
Palace Station becomes 2nd Stations property in Las Vegas to unionize.

Palace Station Becomes Union as Station Casinos Agrees to NLRB Settlement : UNITE HERE!

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Working America
03/18/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Working people know we must unite in order to hold our employers accountable to us
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Working America
03/17/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
"Working people... didn’t vote for a budget that slashes workforce training and fails to invest in our nation’s infrastructure. President Trump’s proposed budget attempts to balance the budget on the backs of working families" via AFL-CIO

AFL-CIO Analysis of President Donald Trump’s FY 2018 Budget

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Working America
03/17/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
How Donald Trump's proposed budget hurts low-income people and families

Trump federal budget 2018: Massive cuts to the arts, science and the poor

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Working America
03/16/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
"The Republican plan isn’t really a health care plan at all. It’s a massive transfer of wealth from working people to Wall Street."
via AFL-CIO

9 Ways the Republican Health Care Bill Makes Health Coverage in America Unaffordable and Out of Reach

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Working America
03/16/2017 at 17:00. Facebook
Read our new Front Porch Focus Group report. We spoke face-to-face with working-class Ohio voters and 55% think the GOP plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act would hurt the nation

Working-Class Voters Reject ACA Repeal, Are Less Likely to Support Politicians Who Vote for It

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Working America
03/16/2017 at 15:46. Facebook
See this from AFGE:
What’s disgusting? Union busting! Congress wants to gut the workplace rights of government workers. Take action today. Call your lawmaker and urge them to vote NO on H.R. 1364, H.R. 1259, and H.R. 1461.

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Trump's proposal to cut 54 billion from the domestic discretionary budget worries federal employees about their agencies’ missions, their health-care benefits, retirement plans and even their jobs

Perspective | Anxiety, fear, uncertainty mark federal employees awaiting Trump’s budget

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