A Denver District Court judge dismissed a lawsuit Wednesday filed by seven Denver police officers that challenged the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for city employees and some others and which goes into effect Thursday.
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The pending departures would come on the heels of an exodus of top consultants in the company’s California office.
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Elizabeth Holmes trial Week 6 recap: Trouble with Safeway and Walgreens deals, and how a dermatologist became the startup's lab director
Former Safeway and Walgreens executives testified about their companies' failed deals with Theranos. One said he had "never been more frustrated."
- American City Business Journals
The company says it fired Janneke Parrish for allegedly deleting apps off her work device. Employees suspect her dismissal was in retaliation for her work with the employee movement that is highlighting stories of discrimination and harassment.
- The Guardian
The mayor of Imperial Beach, California, says big oil wants him to drop the lawsuit demanding the industry pay for the climate crisis Serge Dedina: ‘The only conspiracy is [that] a bunch of suits and fossil-fuel companies decided to pollute the earth and make climate change worse, and then lie about it.’ Photograph: John Francis Peters/The Guardian Serge Dedina is a surfer, environmentalist and mayor of Imperial Beach, a small working-class city on the California coast. He is also, if the fossil
- Washington Examiner
A federal judge extended the ban on United Airlines putting employees on paid leave for seeking exemptions to the airline's vaccine requirement.
- FX Empire
After Thursday’s pullback, it’s been a bearish start to the day. A move back through to $0.000029 levels would signal a breakout day ahead, however.
Restaurant Workers Are Sharing Why They're Done With The Service Industry, And To Say I'm Fuming With Anger Is An Understatement
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After more than two and a half years of dramatic developments in the Jussie Smollett case, the former “Empire” actor is officially slated to go to trial in late November. During a hearing Friday, Judge James Linn said jury selection would begin Nov. 29. Attorneys should be prepared for long days, he said, noting that testimony would likely go until 7 or 8 p.m. each day of the trial. Linn also ...
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Whether you're a trained educator or not, the ability to share a skill is highly valued in the remote world. Companies of all kinds hire customer service reps to interact with customers. If you go into customer service, you may end up communicating with customers via phone, email, or live chat.
My girlfriend says I should tip waitstaff at restaurants. I say they’re just doing their job, like construction workers and fast-food employees. Who’s right?
‘As long as all service staff are doing their job and getting paid an hourly wage, there is no reason to tip anyone.’
- American City Business Journals
The Supreme Court gave the green light to a lawsuit by a group of Google workers over the tech giant's confidentiality policy
The workers charge the agreement violated state labor laws by restricting their freedom of speech and ability to blow the whistle on corporate misconduct.
(Bloomberg) -- Brazilian farmer Antonio Carlos Jacobsen usually buys fertilizer a few weeks before planting his corn fields. Soaring fertilizer prices are pushing him to move up purchases for the March seeding -- although it may already be too late.Most Read from BloombergThe World’s Rich and Powerful Are Stashing $500 Billion in This Tax HavenWhat Comes After GE’s 129 Years of Greenhouse GasWhat the Front Line of the U.S. Abortion Fight in Kentucky Looks Like Now“We were caught by surprise with
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Former Google employee reveals the biggest perks at the company’s 'amazing' campus: ‘Like a playground for adults’
A TikTok user is revealing the biggest office perks for Google employees.
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Former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe has won back his full pension as part of a settlement of his lawsuit arising from his firing during the Trump administration more than three years ago, his lawyers announced Thursday. McCabe, a frequent target of then-President Donald Trump's ire, was fired in March 2018 after the Justice Department's inspector general concluded he had authorized the release of information to a newspaper reporter and then misled internal investigators about his role in the leak. The termination by Jeff Sessions, the attorney general at the time, came hours before McCabe was due to retire, denying the FBI official his pension.
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Independent restaurants are being crushed by the labor shortage. They're raising prices, cutting opening hours, and even closing down for good.
While chains like McDonald's, Starbucks, and Chipotle have hiked up wages, independent restaurants say this is much harder for them to afford.
Employees earlier this week rejected a new, six-year collective bargaining agreement, which included immediate pay raises of 5% to 6%.
(Bloomberg) -- The largest U.S. natural gas driller is using the global energy crisis to renew his call for more investment in domestic infrastructure such as pipelines, which he says will enable increased exports and ease shortages.Most Read from BloombergOut-of-Practice Airline Pilots Are Making Errors Back in the AirThe World’s Rich and Powerful Are Stashing $500 Billion in This Tax HavenWhat Comes After GE’s 129 Years of Greenhouse GasWhy Buying a Second or Even Third Home Is Becoming More P
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Capital Economics predicts WTI could fall to $57 by the end of 2022.
Even after raising wages, local Ohio restaurants struggle to find experienced job applicants.