This government sees itself as responsible for everyone individually, at least for those that it thinks needs their help. As such, the government has spread its hands into the operation servery company in existence, seeking to grant utopia to workers.

To this end the government has written the ACA, the new DOL rules, ADA and so on. And they demand endless paperwork, and regulations.

Not surprisingly, employers and companies are being strangled. A full 74 percent of companies expect to get sued over discrimination this coming year. 82 percent say that they will be forced to slash hours under the new DOL regulations, 70 percent say that they expect to get sued for their workers acting up, 48 percent will cut back on partnerships with other companies, 85 percent will cut their apparent active workforce due to the ACA, and T-Mobile had its handbook rewritten by the NLRB. The NLRB felt that T-Mobile was demanding too much professionalism by asking its employees to act nicely to customers.

Now the government is looking to increase its footprint and tighten the stranglehold by demanding that all healthcare plans be filed with the government. And they demand that you tell them the race and pay of your workers, making you liable to get sued when you dock a protected employees pay for not doing his job properly.

Not surprisingly, this means that companies cannot grow, wages remain stagnant, and the market remains sluggish. Companies that can, are moving their headquarters to Ireland,and opening their factories in India.

American companies can’t keep up.


Mindy Lock

Posted at December 27, 2023 9:44 pm

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Romeo Stilwell

Posted at March 10, 2023 10:26 am

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Posted at February 19, 2023 1:33 pm

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Deloris Holloway

Posted at February 12, 2023 1:59 am

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