The private sector must start dedicating resources to training all employees, creating job opportunities, and ensuring a competitive workforce for proper training to become ubiquitous.
Even if most Americans acknowledge that the system works against the have-nots, they still believe that hard work pays off in the United States.
When it comes to the Family and Medical Leave Act, twenty-one stands for “too damn long” – too little progress over too many years.
It’s easy to win an argument when you mischaracterize your opponents’ position.
People with disabilities are being left out of the economic recovery.
A more perfect marketplace would consider the personal issues that enable a worker to excel at his or her job.
One of the most important factors businesses consider in deciding where to locate is the quality of the local workforce.
I will not allow the Supreme Court to take away my voice.
Recent rhetoric from labor groups about the "abusive" work environment in restaurants and President’s Obama call for a higher tipped minimum wage don't ring true for me.
We need to go back to Mississippi in 2014 to create a clearer path to the American Dream.