Bring on the Trump, bring on the jobs. (Twitter)
Disputing that the economy is healthy has been an occupational job for decades. Still the government unemployment stats paint a picture that full employment is upon us. Undercounting the permanently discouraged may just be the largest category of growth that goes under reported. However the empirical data for the real causes and disincentives of both the employer and employee are usually glossed over. No doubt the shift in actual job requirements are constantly changing, but the effects of switching the ground rules makes some state governments non-competitive with other jurisdictions.
The New York Law Journal digs into the weeds to illustrate a proposed regulation that cannot help improve the plight of labor in ‘No Help Wanted’: The Regulation and Elimination of Retail Positions outlines an absurd example of governmental interference.
“The proposed call-in regulations provide the following: (1) employees who report to work