Trump’s Cabinet is flying on private jets and paying $30k for kitchen tables but they don’t think workers should get to keep all of their tips. https://t.co/P5kCjqGzQp— Jon Favreau (@jonfavs) March 21, 2018
It would be a more accurate representation of Brexit if he threw workers, the car industry, the North, the NHS, the young, farmers, the Northern Ireland peace process, airlines, the poor, all manufacturers and small/medium-sized companies overboard. https://t.co/9NJHX96t3g— David Schneider (@davidschneider) March 21, 2018
Many of our fellow citizens in Puerto Rico still have no power #6MonthsAfterMaria. It is completely inexcusable that the Army Corps of Engineers is reducing the number of utility workers in Puerto Rico before their work is finished. https://t.co/ThPpqeaQUm— Kirsten Gillibrand (@SenGillibrand) March 21, 2018
Because our nation lacks national paid family and sick leave policies, employees can be fired for taking a day off to care for a sick child or parent. That’s not right. We need to support workers.— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) March 22, 2018
SCOOP: Labor Sec Acosta overruled White House regulatory affairs shop on tip pool proposal by getting Mick Mulvaney's green light to delete data on how reg could lead bosses to skim workers' tips. https://t.co/jC7fKBU7Dl— Ben Penn (@benjaminpenn) March 21, 2018
“You have to allow the workplace, uh, you know - flexibility.” - Direct quote, @TurnbullMalcolm , today— Kristina Keneally (@KKeneally) March 21, 2018
How about allowing workers a decent wage to meet the rising costs of living? How about not cutting penalty rates? How about growing real jobs instead of ‘gigs’?
It is absolutely right that the Govt is raising pay for #NHS workers, though it's long overdue and not as much as they deserve.— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) March 21, 2018
But what about teachers, police and the armed forces?
It's time all public sector workers were given a serious pay boost. #PMQs
#OMB Director Mulvaney okay'd shelving of internal data showing rule change could allow businesses to keep hundreds of millions of dollars in tips given to workers, sources tell @benjaminpenn https://t.co/ydSOnjaEdD via @BloombergLaw #emplaw— Terence Hyland (@TerenceHyland) March 21, 2018
Our top priority should be investing in our workers by 1. ensuring they have the skills & opportunities to get a good job, 2. making work pay, and 3. cutting the costs of raising a family.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) March 22, 2018
Read my thoughts on how we can all help our workers succeed: https://t.co/LskwT40rA3