Recovery hiring that gives the unemployed an opportunity to join the San Diego workforce is near a milestone. The construction builds happening across the county make clear the economy has rounded the corner and the long term labor market looks good.
Debate lines said during the mayoral debate series pep up the workers in the labor market looking for real progress a San Diegan can see proven in the counts of locals at work. More ship repair jobs on the working waterfront. Kevin Faulconer. Stand firm on recovery in wages earned by the average San Diegan. Nathan Fletcher. Put enough police offciers on the force to lower 911 emergency response times to safe levels. David Alvarez.
The plan populara among the candidates and the public to line up steady city servants who can take the place of the 10 police officers a month that leave the force, and, earn fair pay for the life service undertaken better than the latest deal agreed on by SDPOA with the city, can end questions the city is making real headway.
Pick me up talk stirs up off hand agreement during a recovery. Even widespread.
Positivty, the kind no one will regret was not good enough once all the recovery efforts are done, takes a stronger lead than one that makes San Diegans feel content, at least while the mayoral candidates plan the city's new start. Productivity necessity makes the right answer on positive talk simple. Tie the many working citizens into the regular work building up the gains made in return for the workforce's work. Do not win over the few to take sides, and leave the many powerless to act.
One simple rule. The power in labor talk is in telling workers they have the means to make firsst class productivity last until the labor force leads in the economy. Never underestimate what they can do.
The plain act of agreeing to welcome labor's hand in the recovery work speaks volumes.
Debating the best public deal on jobs and wage goals, and how government can help employers give worekrs an opportunity to join in, can leave workers burned out.
Long run recovery will come for the strong workforce that stands up and takes the enterprising steps. Tell San Diegans.
A firm colorful examination on truth.
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