Are robots the answer for McDonalds. It's the people who make the minimum age that eat at McDonalds. This is going to get interesting. But one thing is certain - the higher the minimum wage, the more likely we will see the robots.
Building robot McDonald's staff 'cheaper' than hiring workers on minimum wage
A former McDonald's CEO is warning that robots will take over jobs at the huge enterprise - because it's cheaper than employing humans.
He said that buying highly skilled robotics is cheaper than employing people at the fast food restaurant.
The worrying forecast comes as he warns huge job losses are imminent, and that it's 'common sense' to replace humans in the workplace.
This comes as a study into the future of human employment has predicted a surge in machine-led work such as robotic counsellors, body part makers and virtual lawyers.
According to a new report from The Extract, illegal immigrants in the United States in 2012 were sent to states with lax voter identification laws and told that they would be deported if they didn’t vote Democrat.
This should hurt sales at competitors' stores. More layoffs?
Supposedly, the new hire was a tranny who received preferential treatment from Johnny. Johnny did not want to be involved in a lawsuit.
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OMAHA, Nebraska — TreeHouse Foods plans to close two of the manufacturing plants it acquired earlier this year when it bought ConAgra Foods' private label business.
Treehouse says it will eliminate 720 jobs when it closes the plants in Azusa, California, and Ripon, Wisconsin.
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DUNCAN — Duncan’s Halliburton plant let more employees go throughout the day Tuesday, bringing the number to an estimated 1,000 employees who have been laid off.
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Boeing has distributed layoff notices to several hundred people in its Information Technology (IT) unit in the Puget Sound region, according to employees. (Perhaps they can get jobs at McDonalds. By 2020 they can be earning $15 per hour.)
Smoking cannabis ALTERS your DNA 'causing mutations that can trigger serious illness, including cancer'
Smoking cannabis alters a person's DNA, causing mutations, experts say
These mutations can trigger serious illness, including cancer
Mutations passed to children and future generations, raising their risk too
By LIZZIE PARRY/D'BRA DOWNER FOR DAILYMAILdotCOM
Smoking cannabis can alter a person's DNA, causing mutations that expose a user to serious illnesses, experts have warned.
Furthermore, the heightened risk is not exclusive to the marijuana user, a study has shown.
The disease-causing mutations are passed on to their children, and several future generations, it has emerged.
Though the link between cannabis and severe illnesses, such as cancer, has previously been documented, how this occurs and the implications for future generations was not well understood.
Be proud, lefties, You clowns are doing a wonderful job in Venezuela.
Trump is a liberal? Makes one wonder - why are lib loons so opposed to the liberal Trump?