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Mind The Gap: Why The ‘Wage Gap’ Still Divides Us On Payday

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McKenzie Cantrell is an employment lawyer affiliated with the Maxwell Street Legal Clinic, in Lexington, Kentucky, where she works with low-income refugees and immigrants to uncover instances of wage theft and income disparities. She travels and gives presentations about employment law, wage theft and what workers’ options are if they have problems with compensation. “Sometimes… Read More

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More Than 150 To Lose Jobs in Parkersburg

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PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (AP) – A telecommunications call center in Parkersburg will be closing this summer, putting nearly 170 people out of work. Media outlets report Altice USA is shutting down the Suddenlink Communications call center this summer. Altice purchased Suddenlink more than a year ago. Altice USA spokeswoman Lisa Anselmo says investments in technology, tools… Read More

Jackie O’s Resourcefully Enhances the Sharing Culture of the 30 Mile Meal

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Athens, Ohio offers a unique local food experience that brings a new meaning to the term “locavore.” Each dish brought out to the table has a different story, a different history. The origin of each bite is easily traceable within a 30-mile radius. This is the Athens’ 30 Mile Meal. The steps are as follows:… Read More