2022 NFL Offseason Brings Big Moves

Following the Los Angeles Rams Super Bowl victory at SoFi Stadium earlier this year, many teams have been preparing for the season to come. Some of these preparations have come through the signing of new and old players through the free agency season of 2022. With many trades changing the landscape of the NFL, this has been one of the most exciting offseasons in NFL history.

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Amazon NYC Warehouse Workers Support Union in Historic Labor Win

On Friday, Amazon employees in Staten Island, New York, voted to unionize, marking the company’s first successful organizing campaign in the United States and giving an unexpected victory to a young group that fueled the union drive. During the pandemic, Amazon, the country’s second largest private employer, grew even more powerful, hiring hundreds of thousands of people to meet soaring demand for online delivery.

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Lululemon Athletica’s Revenue Increase

Since the pandemic began, consumers began to shift their wardrobes and alter their choices for the more comfortable, and flexible clothing possible. Working from home became the new norm and jeans were completely out of the door. The world is just slowly getting back to normal with regular outings, and pre-pandemic celebrations, which means for a large chunk of time athletic clothing was what everyone was wearing.

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CEO Pay Gaps Are Growing

The easiest way to define pay inequality is looking at how much a CEO is paid compared to the amount their employees are paid. The excessive amount that CEOs are paid not only matters because of general inequality, but it affects the entire pay structure within a company. The money that the CEO is being paid comes from the same place that everyone else’s’ pay is coming from as well.

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