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Ontario Government Issues COVID-19-Related Job-Protected Leave
The Ontario government has temporarily changed its employment standards legislation to help employers avoid laying off employees during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Two-Man Advantage w Burnside & LeBrun - A Show on the NHL
Two-Man Advantage w/ Burnside and LeBrun: Doug Wilson - San Jose Sharks GM & the Newest Member of Hockey's Hall of Fame. - The
Doug Wilson, the General Manager of the San Jose Sharks, and one of the newest inductees to the Hockey Hall of Fame, joined Scott Burnside and guest co-host Eric Duhatschek to discuss his pleasant surprise, finally getting into the Hall, 24 years after his playing career ended. Doug shares what it was like for he and his family when he received the news from Hall of Fame chairman Lanny McDonald, how he looks forward to the Hall of Fame weekend celebration whenever that may be, and what he thinks of the NHL's 24 team tournament, and how his Sharks will handle the long layoff.Plus, Scott and Eric discuss the 24 team tournament being held in Toronto and Edmonton and the agreement between the league and the players association, which will see continued labour peace for the next six seasons.
United Airlines May Layoff Half Of Its Employees On October 1, 2020 | LoyaltyLobby
United Airlines is preparing for massive layoffs on October 1, 2020.
Ready to start a newsroom? Apply for this boot camp first. Poynter
Nothing about the news business is easy.But a new program aims to help aspiring news entrepreneurs figure out if their ideas can work.
McConnell eyes trillion in coronavirus aid as evictions, benefits cuts loom
With Congress bracing for the next coronavirus aid package, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is outlining Republican priorities as earlier programs designed to ease Americans through the pandemic and economic fallout begin to expire.
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Rethink is Hiring Account Executives with CRE Experience - Rethink: Commercial Real Estate CRM
Rethink is Hiring Account Executives with commercial real estate experience. Find out if you're a fit to join our growing sales team.
Will COVID-19 burst NBA's Orlando bubble? Our Lakers and Clippers experts discuss
The Lakers and Clippers travel to Florida this to resume their championship quest; the Legends of Sports podcast explores who and what stand in their way
Record jobs gain of 4.8 million in June smashes expectations
Nonfarm payrolls soared by 4.8 million in June and the unemployment rate fell to 11.1% as the U.S. continued its reopening from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Chewjitsu Podcast
The Chewjitsu Podcast: Episode 110 - Returning To BJJ After A Long Layoff
Chewy and Eugene discuss how to return to BJJ after the quarantine or just a long layoff. Chewy shares a cautionary story about getting back to BJJ improperly after a long layoff and getting injured, the importance of the right mindset for getting back to training, how injuries can be cumulative, listening to your body, having the right environment/intensity, adjusting your expectations, why you should expect future layoffs, how your BJJ style changes after a layoff, building new habits and conditioning yourself, dealing with setbacks, and the importance of diet and sleep. Thanks to our podcast sponsors: Charlotte's Web CBD. Head over toand use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purchase. Epic Roll BJJ. Check outand use the promo code Chewjitsu to get 15% off of your total purchase. Check out exclusive podcast interviews and conversations, videos, and tons more at
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BC Is Hurting Workers by Dodging Pandemic Severance Pay Issue | The Tyee
Some companies say COVID-19 means severance rules dont apply. Both employees and businesses deserve a straight answer.
Numbers by Barrons
6.8 Million American Jobs Aren't Coming Back
The number of jobless Americans who aren't being counted as on "temporary layoff" hits 6.8 million. Employment is up at dentists' offices. But average hourly wages are taking a hit. Host: Matt Klein. Producer: Katie Ferguson.
Letting Workers Go Because of Covid-19 | Practical Ecommerce
During the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many retailers have furloughed or laid off workers. While this is never an easy process, good communication may help make it relatively less emotional and painful for everyone involved.