Richard Rankin is among the union’s highest-ranking officials and the former head of its office in Ohio
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We reverse Obama-era decisions that forced employers to reinstate abusive employees.
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The job cuts will be made across the company’s global sales and talent acquisition teams
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Gathering was among those arranged by White House Presidential Personnel Office to assess political appointees for possible second-term service