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- Sephora Is Walking The Talk On Diversity, Equity And Inclusion
Sephora Is Walking the Talk On Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. In June of 2020, Sephora pledged to make the shopping and employment
environment more inclusive and equitable for customers, employees and the larger beauty community.
Forbes. Sunday, 1 Aug 2021.
- Gov. Pritzker COVID: Can IL use federal money to repay $4.2B in unemployment money borrowed?
Illinois needs to find a way to repay the billions it borrowed for unemployment claims during the pandemic, but there's some disagreement about where the money should come from.
ABC News. Saturday, 31 Jul 2021.
- Delta Variant Throws Fed A Curveball In Gauging Recovery Pace
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell based the upbeat tone of his press conference this week on two rather rosy premises: high inflation readings will ease in coming months even as employment
and workforce participation pick up steam.
Forbes. Saturday, 31 Jul 2021.
- 5 Reasons Why Employees Prefer Self-Employment, and Why You Should Use This to Your Advantage
Find employees that care about your business as if it was their own.
Entrepreneur. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- IRS issues 1.5 million tax refunds to people who collected jobless aid
As many as 13 million taxpayers who collected unemployment benefits last year may be eligible to get money back.
CBS News. Friday, 30 Jul 2021.
- Why Are So Many U.S. Growth and Unemployment Rate Projections Off?
John Maynard Keynes did not address a pandemic.
Zacks. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Judge blocks Arkansas from early cutoff of unemployment aid
A judge ruled the state must restart pandemic jobless benefits that had been cut on June 26, citing potential harm.
CBS News. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- Fed Less Likely to Taper Soon on Delta Concerns: ETFs to Buy
The Fed chief Powell has said that the central bank wants to see "substantial further progress" in terms of maximum employment
and stability in price inflation before it would mull over lowering the bond purchases
Zacks. Thursday, 29 Jul 2021.
- US economic recovery 'making progress', says Fed
Widespread vaccinations have helped boost the economy and employment, the US central bank says.
BBC News. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Truework speeding up income verification for gig-economy workers
Truework is rolling out Credentials, a new service that lets workers log into their payroll provider to share verified income and employment
data with their mortgage lender or other authorized third parties.
Inman. Wednesday, 28 Jul 2021.
- Unemployed Americans file lawsuits against states ending COVID-19 relief
Lawsuits seeking to preserve pandemic-era unemployment benefits are increasing as states across the country seek to halt the federal payments so residents will go back to work. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 27 Jul 2021.
- This Irish start-up is helping firms avoid the pitfalls of work-from-anywhere policies
As more employees settle into remote work for the longer term, companies are faced with a great deal of complexity around tax and compliance with employment
CNBC. Tuesday, 27 Jul 2021.
- Millions of Americans seeking unemployment benefits must submit to facial recognition software
Residents in 25 states have to register with ID.me's facial-recognition software to collect unemployment benefits, with more to come. But there are no federal laws governing biometrics.
Daily Mail. Monday, 26 Jul 2021.
- Gen X workers may be facing the biggest unemployment crisis, study finds
Gen Xers, those 45 years and above, may be bearing the brunt of a global unemployment crisis as the pandemic adds to existing challenges, a new report found.
CNBC. Monday, 26 Jul 2021.
- More than 13% of unemployed people are concentrated in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago
The BLS data show that the nation's three largest cities have unemployment rates dramatically higher than the national average of 5.9 percent in June, with Los Angeles and New York at 10.6%.
Daily Mail. Friday, 23 Jul 2021.
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