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Plan to prioritize Washington educators for vaccines leaves other workers frustrated

Biden’s call for all school staff to be vaccinated by the end of March earned a mixed reaction from workers in other industries, who feel left behind. TACOMA, Wash. — Teachers and school staff across Washington are setting up appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine after yesterday’s announcement by President Joe Biden that all school faculty […]

Technology stocks lead indexes lower as yields resume climb – Tri-City Herald

Technology stocks lead indexes lower as yields resume climb  Tri-City Herald Source link

In Friday’s Jobs Report, Look for Signs of Health After the Winter Virus Wave

Hiring likely picked up in February as Covid cases subsided. Here, a Lowe’s store in Concord, Calif., on a recent day. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Text size December and January weren’t good months for the U.S. jobs market, but February should be much better. The most obvious reason is that the virus has receded dramatically since […]

Springfield’s Give 5 retiree volunteer program helping in vaccination effort

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) -Give 5 is a program run by the United Way of the Ozarks that helps area retirees find charitable and civic organizations that need volunteers. Now some of that group’s retired doctors, nurses and pharmacists are also stepping up to give shots at COVID-19 vaccination events. ”When we came up with the […]

Vulnerable immigrants in Philly are scrambling to get the COVID-19 vaccine with few resources or outreach – The Philadelphia Inquirer

Vulnerable immigrants in Philly are scrambling to get the COVID-19 vaccine with few resources or outreach  The Philadelphia Inquirer Source link

The missing ingredient for restaurants in COVID-19 recovery

In summary California lawmakers should provide immunity to restaurants and businesses to preempt civil liability for COVID-related claims. By Andrew Gruel, Special to CalMatters Andrew Gruel is the CEO and executive chef of Slapfish, a Huntington Beach-based seafood restaurant franchise, and a judge and host on the Food Network, andrew@slapfishrestaurant.com. California restaurant owners and employees […]

Denby Fawcett: Hawaii’s Unemployed Need Easier Ways To Resolve Problems

The state Department of Labor and Industrial Relations works for the people of Hawaii, but it does not want to see them. That’s especially true for people who have lost their jobs and want to come to offices to file unemployment insurance or resolve payment issues in person. DLIR director Anne Perreira-Eustaquio is keeping state […]

Ex-health director gets $155,000 in separation agreement | News, Sports, Jobs

LANSING (AP) — Former Michigan Department of Public Health and Human Services director Robert Gordon will receive more than $155,000 as part of a separation agreement, published reports revealed Monday. The agreement calls for Gordon to drop all claims against the state, though it was not immediately clear what claims may have been […]

Adirondack Health CEO to retire in summer | News, Sports, Jobs

Sylvia Getman speaks at a coronavirus press conference in March 2020, before the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended wearing masks to limit the spread of the virus. (Enterprise photo — Elizabeth Izzo) SARANAC LAKE — Sylvia Getman, the president and chief executive officer of Adirondack Health, announced plans to retire this summer […]

S.Korea unveils 15 trln won extra budget to aid small businesses, protect jobs

South Korea is drafting an extra budget of 15 trillion won ($13.38 billion), it said on Tuesday, to boost support for small businesses and safeguard jobs as the resurgent coronavirus forces the government to retain social distancing curbs. The finance ministry said total government spending would increase to a record 573.0 trillion won this year, […]

Caring for the vulnerable in a time of crisis. – American Alliance of Museums

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society is one of 28 public gardens participating in the Urban Agriculture Resilience Program, created by the US Botanic Garden and American Public Gardens Association to sustain urban agriculture and community food growing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Courtesy of Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Jump to beginning of article “The peoples of the earth […]

Cedar Point hosting hiring event to fill 6,500 jobs for 2021

SANDUSKY, Ohio — Cedar Point announced Monday it is seeking to hire 6,500 people for the 2021 season. The amusement park will hold a National Hiring Day event March 13. Candidates can register online at https://bit.ly/2YXOGJF. Cedar Point will also host in-person interviews that day. Applicants will meet directly with the recruiting team, with health […]

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