State of Minnesota secondary Archives: on Jobs
Reliable jobs that pay a living wage
As the daughter of a union auto worker, I understand the importance of a reliable job that pays a living wage. As a nurse, I saw first-hand the necessity for affordable health care coverage. As the mother of twin girls, I know that we need an education
system that prepares every child to be successful & ready to participate in the economy of our future. And as a legislator, I've learned that these things must work together in order to ensure every person has a shot at the good life here in Minnesota.
Source: 2018 MN Gubernatorial campaign website MurphyForMN.com
Jan 17, 2017
Diversity is a strength of our workforce
The City's Racial Equity Values:
positive workplace culture, as well as training and awareness. Eliminate race-based disparities in our community by working with other organizations and institutions.
Source: St. Paul MN Mayoral website StPaul.gov, "Priorities"
Jan 1, 2017
- We believe a prosperous Saint Paul must address racial disparities in our city.
- We believe diversity is a strength of our workforce and enables employees to more effectively and authentically provide services
to Saint Paul residents, businesses, and visitors.
- We believe inclusion, engagement, transparency, and continuous learning from each other are keys to creating racial equity in city government and our community
Card-carrying union member, but supports Right-to-Work
Raised in a blue-collar home, he worked construction as a young man to pay for college and has been a card-carrying union member since the age of 18, he explains.
Still, Bills views unions as monopolies and supported the so-call Right-to-Work amendment.
Source: Princeton Union-Eagle on 2012 MN Senate debate
May 17, 2012
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