The Michigan Department of Corrections are facing a staff shortage. One reason behind the shortage is from a current retirement “boom” after a mass hiring event in the 1980s, according to Spokesperson Chris Gautz.
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- Business Insider
A mom told Jeff Bezos that Amazon was underpaying her $90 a month, sparking an internal probe that found the company was shortchanging some workers, a report says
"I'm crying as I write this email," Tara Jones, an Amazon worker, wrote to Jeff Bezos, The New York Times reported.
- Business Insider
United Airlines said vaccinated pilots are hesitant to fly because they "refuse to risk their safety" by flying with unvaccinated pilots.
- Business Insider
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell still hasn't given a basic response to Dominion's $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit
Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, whom Dominion sued about the same time, have filed comprehensive answers to the defamation lawsuits against them.
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- WBAL - Baltimore Videos
Gov. Larry Hogan held a news conference Monday afternoon to clarify who's eligible for a COVID-19 booster shot in Maryland. The state has administered more than 8.3 million COVID-19 vaccines, including: 98% of Marylanders 65 and older, 85.9% of Marylanders 18 and older and 84.9% of all eligible Marylanders 12 and older. The governor announced Maryland has administered 280,000 booster shots. With the latest approval from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for Moderna and Johnson & Johnson, almost 1.4 million Marylanders are now eligible to receive a booster shot.
- Yahoo Finance
In the midst of a severe labor shortage for many industries, companies which offer greater incentives to workers have risen above the pack, says EY CEO of Carmine Di Sibio
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- Virginian Pilot
Anthony Geraci’s life changed overnight. The 32-year-old Virginia Beach resident was one of more than 100,000 Hampton Roads workers who lost their jobs in April 2020 — the month after the coronavirus pandemic took hold and Gov. Ralph Northam’s social distancing measures began to affect businesses. Rather than look for another position, Geraci did something more workers are doing — he switched ...
- Miami Herald
When Texas’ attorney general announced he was suing four swing states in a last-ditch attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election, lawyers in Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody’s office scoffed.
- American City Business Journals
A former N.C. State engineering student is appealing a federal judge’s decision to throw out his discrimination lawsuit against oil giant ExxonMobil.
PARIS (Reuters) -Airbus has rebuffed calls by aircraft leasing companies to temper plans to almost double production of its best-selling A320 jet family, telling them its ambitions are justified by expectations for post-pandemic demand, industry sources said. Major lessors have joined engine makers in warning Airbus that an aggressive output increase to a new peak above 70 aircraft a month could upset the market and hurt plane values while a recovery from the coronavirus crisis remains fragile. The latest approach came in separate letters to Airbus from at least two of the world's largest leasing companies, the sources said, confirming a Financial Times report.
- Miami Herald
South Florida employers are slated to hire for some 6,000 positions at a job fair Thursday at FLA Live Arena, formerly the BB&T Center, in Sunrise.
Unless you’re lucky enough to have a full pension and benefits that kick in that early—such as full military retirement or from work as a police officer or firefighter—you’ll probably need to work until at least age 67 to accrue enough money for a comfortable retirement. Around one-third of Americans start claiming Social Security benefits in their first month of eligibility when they turn 62.
- Yahoo Finance
Employers are finding it hard to hire, and the supply chain crisis is forcing businesses to hike prices. The situation is likely to persist for at least the next six to 12 months, says one bank chief.
Prior to the pandemic, many companies did not offer employees the option to work from home, and for those that did, there was often a stigma around employees who worked remotely. Although working from...
- Yahoo Finance Video
In a new interview with Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Edward Jones managing partner Penny Pennington discussed how retirement saving can be considered a 'three-legged stool' including a 401K or IRA, social security and one other key way to save.
- Washington Post
Justice Department news releases document a litany of luxury items allegedly bought with pandemic aid meant to keep struggling businesses afloat. One man was charged with spending his loan money on strip clubs. Another pleaded guilty to using his funds for a $318,000 Lamborghini.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. But Vinath Oudomsine may be the only person accused of using his small-business loan on a single Pokémon card
- Good Morning America
The supply chain issues the U.S. economy is currently facing are not only affecting consumers during the peak shopping season, but small businesses have also started to feel the effects of these shortages. According to the most recent U.S. Census Small Business Pulse Survey, conducted between Oct. 11 and Oct. 17, 45% of businesses said they are having domestic supplier delays. Supplies that small businesses rely on are becoming harder to find, especially since owners cannot always order in bulk or in advance like larger companies.