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Daily RedAlert - 11/30/22

Relevant Press


Job Openings Ease, but Remain High Amid Fed’s Efforts to Dent Labor Market - The Epoch Times


“Job openings in the United States inched down by around 350,000, to 10.3 million as of the last day of October, with the closely watched measure likely to get a lukewarm reception by Federal Reserve officials who have been trying to dent the labor market somewhat in their fight against runaway inflation.”


Businesses More Pessimistic on Economy: Fed Survey - NewsMax


“U.S. economic activity was about flat or up only slightly from mid October through late November and there were mixed signals on the persistence of inflation and labor shortages, a Federal Reserve report showed Wednesday.”


His race was 'an albatross around his neck': Former city employee sues Seattle and its mayor over CRT-based anti-white discrimination - The Blaze


“Joshua Diemert, who worked as a program intake representative in the city's Human Services Department from 2013 to 2021, is not only seeking redress in the form of declaratory relief and $300,000 in lost earnings, but fighting to ensure that other workers are not similarly mistreated by the City of Seattle on account of their race.”


Energy CEOs hit mute button on ESG, hinting at fading interest - World Oil


“That, at least, is according to a Bloomberg analysis of quarterly conference calls held by 172 American oil and gas companies. The data shows how terms such as ‘climate change’, ‘energy transition’ and ‘net zero’ have come up with gradually less frequency in the most recent rounds of conversations with analysts and investors.”


Adidas exec told staffers he promoted black manager as ‘contribution to diversity’: report By Ariel Zilber - New York Post


“Roland Auschel, the head of sales at the Germany-based sports apparel maker, reportedly made the remark during a meeting with 200 managers in 2019, the Financial Times reported.”


EU Law Set To Increase Gender Diversity On Company Boards - Forbes


“The Women on Boards Directive that was adopted on November 22 had initially been proposed in 2012, but had been tabled by the Council of the European Union in November of 2012 due to objections from some member states.”


RedBalloon in the News


Over 2,000 Employers Sign Anti-Woke Pledge to Not Discriminate Against Personal Beliefs, Free Speech of Workers - The Epoch Times


“RedBalloon, a conservative-leaning job services company, has taken the lead in promoting an employee bill of rights to protect employees from woke ideology in the workplace.”


Elon Musk and Cancel Culture - The Jimmy Barrett Show


“Tonight on the Jimmy Barrett Show: CEO of RedBalloon, Andrew Crapuchettes on Elon Musk and cancel culture.”


Over 2,000 Employers Sign Anti-Woke Pledge to Not Discriminate against Free Speech, Personal Beliefs of Workers - Slay News


“The RedBalloon CEO hopes to inspire employees who fear losing their jobs over their personal opinions to stand up for their rights at work.”


Over 2,000 Employers Sign Anti-Woke Pledge To Not Discriminate Against Personal Beliefs, Free Speech Of Workers - Conservative News Daily


“The guide was written with the help of Harvard Law graduate Laura Baxter, a member of RedBalloon’s legal team who has been a labor lawyer in California for 20 years.”


Over 2,000 Employers Sign Anti-Woke Pledge to Not Discriminate Against Personal Beliefs, Free Speech of Workers - Political Viewer


“RedBalloon, a conservative-leaning job accommodations company, has taken the lead in promoting an employee bill of rights to forfend employees from woke ideology in the workplace. The company hosts a job board that connects like-minded employees to companies across the country, with a shared fixate on productivity and innovation versus having the ‘correct’ ideology of the moment.”


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