Worker Shortage

Schumer Pushes Amnesty for ‘However Many Undocumented There Are Here’

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) is calling for amnesty for illegal immigrants due to a worker shortage.

Biden’s Executive Orders to Date Have Cost Taxpayers Over $1 Trillion

President Joe Biden has issued 99 executive orders since taking office in 2021.

How a Small Border Town Is Dealing With Huge Consequences of Biden’s Border Policies

The influx of migrants crossing into Yuma, Arizona, has local officials worried that they can’t continue to address the border crisis. They’ve largely had to go it alone, with limited support from the federal government.

The Difference Between Thriving and Withering During a Pandemic? Good Leadership

Naples. Jacksonville. Miami. Destin. San Francisco. As the jingle from Sesame Street goes, "one of these things is not like the others." If you've traveled at all during the pandemic, read a newspaper, or if you generally don't live in a 1,000-foot-deep hole devoid of all technology, you probably know where I'm going with this.

World-Renowned Doctors, Medical Experts Refute Mainstream COVID Narrative During Sen. Johnson’s ‘A Second Opinion’ Panel Discussion: Watch the Full Hearing

Video already has over 844,000 views. QUICK FACTS: U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) held a panel discussion on Capitol Hill on Monday called "COVID 19: A...

Nurse Whistleblower Debunks Leftist Lie That Hospitals Are ‘Out of Beds’ Because of Unvaccinated Patients

A former nurse who was reportedly fired after his religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccine requirement was rejected has shed some rather harsh light on hysterical claims that ICU beds are at capacity because of all the sick unvaccinated people.

Labor shortage has employers scrambling to offer new perks

Companies are rolling out perks at a feverish clip to lure employees.

U.S. labor market recovery gaining steam; worker shortages an obstacle

The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits fell more than expected last week, while layoffs plunged to a 21-year low in June, suggesting the labor market recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic was gaining traction.

As labor crisis worsens, state offers $1,500 to residents who get back to work

Democratic Maine Gov. Janet Mills is bribing unemployed people to rejoin the workforce by offering a $1,500 bonus to eligible individuals who get off their sofas and back to work between now and June 30.

U.S. Chamber of Commerce warns worker shortage getting worse

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching a new plan to address the 'crisis' shortage of workers that is says it holding back economic recovery from the pandemic.

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