by Michael Fox
I am so behind on even knowing about, much less recognizing, a lot of the wonderful blogs that are being written in employment related fields. In a year where immigration is the one of the most important issues, how I could have missed Working Immigrants by Peter Rousmaniere is beyond me, (not to mention embarrassing).
And if it hadn't been for the good folks at Workers' Comp Insider, I still wouldn't know about it. In any event, I couldn't agree more with Peter's premise —
Most developed nations owe enormous debts of gratitude to yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s immigrants. Their physical and mental labors are often taken for granted, undervalued, excluded from collective memory.