by Michael Fox
A lost New Orleans, a new Chief Justice, a split AFL-CIO. The world is certainly different Labor Day 2005 than before. Of course, that can be said every Labor Day, but somehow these changes seem much more significant. Although not directly relevant to the world of work, the tragedy of Katrina and how we as a country react, not this week or month, but over the long haul may ultimately be the most significant.
Postings have been lacking due to work travels to New Mexico and then a sinus infection (almost like clockwork it seems with the turning of the calendar to September). Still under the weather, but, hopefully, back to regular posting soon.