But first….the most useless info available…..
01Jul1963…..zip codes were used for the very first time.
We are told by so many that the workers in this country have it made compared to workers in other countries….but just how true is this claim?
Actually…it is a lame ass claim ……
The U.S. has the worst record among major developed countries when it comes to workers’ rights, according to a survey of labor unions.
The world’s largest economy (US) is ranked a 4 in a scale by the International Trade Union Congress, meaning there are “systematic violations of rights.” Every other Group of Seven country ranks 3 or better.
Globally, the ITUC said the situation has worsened for workers, with violations of rights at a seven-year high. The worst region is the Middle East and North Africa, and the organization noted a number of countries have impeded the registration of unions, as well as banned strikes and collective bargaining.
Excluding countries where there are no rights due to a breakdown of the rule of law, the 10 worst in the survey are Bangladesh, Brazil, Colombia, Egypt, Honduras, India, Kazakhstan, Philippines, Turkey, and Zimbabwe. All are rated 5, for “no guarantee of rights.”
Europe dominates the top-ranked countries for workers, with the list including Sweden, Italy, Netherlands, Ireland and Germany. Uruguay is the only non-European nation in the group.
I have been working to give workers a better life for 40 years….and my work is never been more important than it is today.
I Read, I Write, You Know
“lego ergo scribo”