Bottom Line – Happy New Year. SF minimum wage heads to $10

Liberal San Francisco continues to amaze with its out of touch politics. A full time minimum wage worker now pockets over $20k per year. The unemployment rate for the city by the bay is 1/2 a percentage point above the national average. This also contributes to S.F. being one of the most expensive cities in the world to live. According to the U.S. Census the home ownership rate in San francisco is a low 59.1%; while most major cities across the U.S. boasted rates in the upper 60% to upper 70% range. MSNBC does it’s best to report the progressive point of view in this story, but at least they quote one business owner. You can imagine how they feel.

Bottom Line – Happy New Year. SF minimum wage heads to $10.

Restaurant Owner frustrated with S.F. politics.

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Why I Hire People Who Fail – Jeff Stibel – Harvard Business Review

This boss created a failure wall in his office in which employees were encouraged to write their failures. Is this going to far? Is it emphasizing the negative too much? Maybe. But it’s goal is laudable. It’s goal is to encourage people to take risks. See what you think. Click on the link below:

Why I Hire People Who Fail – Jeff Stibel – Harvard Business Review.

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