Friday, 9 December 2016

Trump also named Andy Pujadr labor minister, opposed by trade unions

Washington : 

US President-elect Donald Trump at a fast-food company's top executive Andy Pujadr named labor minister, whose labor rights groups 'stunned' by stating that the move is criticized. Labor rights groups say has so far made the labor minister who is devoted to labor rights, but this trend reversed Pujadr appointment

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While Donald Trump praised the Pujadr Andy said he built a career for thousands of Americans, and it encouraged workers to fight for their detailed record keeping, the ideal candidate to lead the Labor Department. ' 70-year-old Trump, "said Andy reasonable commercial safeguards and benefits for American workers to ensure proper fight to make them safer and more prosperous. The development of employment and workers' wages are affecting small businesses save unnecessary rules oppressive burden. "

Pujadr said the US economy's global leadership position to help restore Trump got excited about this opportunity. In 2000 he became CEO of the company's key Sikei Restront. The company is now a fast-food company, whose 3,750 outlets in the US and the rest of the world.

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Trump labor organizations have opposed the move. Debra L. Ness, president of the National Partnership for Women and Families, said the US Labor Minister Andy Pujadr selected for the post is shocking. He devoted to labor rights and has been a strong leader and held the post prior to this trend is completely reversed. Debra Pujadr on the anti-worker stance as CEO and as a solution to rising wages machines replace workers accused of supporting.


Stage small businesses' main Strit Alliance's national director, said Amanda Balntain Pujadr select those small businesses that shows a reckless approach to compete with bigger companies on the sidelines of the regulation is expected to see the treatment meted are.

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