Obama’s jobs plan that will cost $200,000 for each $50,000 job. The extra $150,000 will be used for overhead, to pay off government workers. That’s only for one year of course. I don’t know where the money is going to come from to continue the jobs.
That’s not all his jobs plan offers up and you can’t make this stuff up. The plan includes a provision that would allow unsuccessful job applicants to sue if they think a company, of 15 or more employees, denied them a job because they were unemployed. Obama wants the unemployed to be able to sue employers for discrimination. What could possibly go wrong with that, given the number of hungry lawyers and desperate unemployed?
Allegedly, some job postings have required that people be employed to be considered for some jobs. In one case, a woman claimed that a headhunter told her a particular employer wasn’t interested in her because she was unemployed more than six months. Aside from the fact that a lack of recent experience is a problem for some jobs, how do we know these reports are even true? Which is why the courts will be filled with expensive nuisance suits.
Everyone who doesn’t get a job can consider suing, why not? This new provision will do nothing to help the problem since employers will certainly not mention they are looking for recent experience, but it will fill up the court calendar. Read here: Yahoo