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    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — San Francisco-based Airbnb will allow its employees to live and work almost anywhere around the world, fully embracing a remote work policy to attract staff and ensure flexibility. The San Francisco short-term-stay company said late Thursday that under the new policy, employees can work from the office, home or during their travels to 170 countries. READ MORE: Oakland Teachers Stage One-Day Strike Protesting School ClosuresStaff will still have to meet in person for regular team meetings and events, CEO Brian Chesky said in a message to employees. Salaries won’t change if employees decide to move. READ MORE: San Francisco to Boost Pay for Preschool Teachers, Child Care WorkersEmployees can spend up to three months working in each country they visit every year but they will still need a permanent address for tax and payroll reasons, which involves a “mountain of complexities,” but Chesky said the company is working on an open-source solution. The new policy will put the company in a better position to hire and retain the best people by not “limiting the talent...
    Airbnb will allow its employees to live and work almost anywhere around the world, fully embracing a remote work policy to attract staff and ensure flexibility. The San Francisco short-term-stay company said late Thursday that under the new policy, employees can work from the office, home or during their travels to 190 countries. Staff will still have to meet in person for regular team meetings and events, CEO Brian Chesky said in a message to employees. Salaries won’t change if employees decide to move. Employees who work temporarily in a different country will still need a permanent address for tax and payroll reasons, which involves a “mountain of complexities,” but Chesky said the company is working on an open-source solution. The new policy will put the company in a better position to hire and retain the best people by not “limiting the talent pool to a commuting radius around our offices,” Chesky said. Remote work and flexibility “will become the predominant way that we all work 10 years from now,” he said. Millions of people...
    Wayne Pankratz, the executive director of operations for American Franchise Capital, which owns 50 Applebee's franchises in the Midwest, called on the company to lower wages for workers already hit hard by soaring gas prices and inflation An Applebee's executive caused an uproar when he allegedly told company officials in a leaked email that skyrocketing gas prices and inflation could be used to lower wages for workers already living paycheck to paycheck.  In a copy of the internal email posted on Reddit on Wednesday, Wayne Pankratz, the executive director of operations for American Franchise Capital, which owns 50 Applebee's in the Midwest, allegedly told managers of the fast food chain  that employees and applicants are economically hurting, which he saw as an 'advantage.' 'Most of our employee base and potential employee base live paycheck to paycheck,' the email read. 'Any increase in gas prices cuts into their disposable income.' This week, the average price of a gallon of regular gas in Midwest states hovered near $4, while Los Angeles hit a record $6.011, according to the AAA Gas Price Index. Pankratz allegedly...
    A WOMAN has revealed how she went from living off 19p Lidl pasta to making six figures selling secondhand clothes on Depop. Law graduate Hollie Marie, 25, started using the app when she was “super bored” of her wardrobe - and now is one of the top sellers and has hired five people to help. 5Law graduate Hollie Marie makes six figures selling clothes on DepopCredit: Instagram/hollieamc 5Hollie, who is now based in Bali, has five people who help her with her Depop selling back in the UKCredit: Instagram/hollieamc Hollie, originally from Cardiff, revealed how she first started selling old clothes on Depop in 2014 when she was 18-years-old to get some spare cash.  She said by 2016 she had dropped four clothing sizes, meaning she had numerous items to sell. Speaking to the Mirror, she said: "It wasn’t until the end of 2018 though that I really started to put the work in and try to build out some brands.” Hollie is now based in Bali and sells everything from jewellery to designer men's clothes. She even handed in...
    Newly-elected New York City Mayor Eric Adams confidently told viewers of Morning Joe that it is “time to live with Covid” Monday morning while discussing plans to keep the city open until the potentially deadly contagion eventually dissipates. Adams came off as undeterred and intentional when asked by both New York Times’s Editorial Board member Mara Gay and co-host Jonathan Lemire about plans to keep New York City public schools open amid a recent spike in infections due to the omicron variant. Lemire noted that one of the challenges will be school staffing amid Covid concerns before asking the Mayor “whether there will be enough employees in the school to keep them open,” and asking what he’s doing to address incredibly long testing lines in New York. Adams’ answer was less tactical than strategic, noting first that he will rely on real-time updates from his command center where they will first be able to identify any drops in staffing before drawing from a pool of employees who are waiting. “We’ll shift and adjust and the information coming from our principals,” he...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Testimony will continue Tuesday in the trial of former Brooklyn Center police officer Kim Potter, but first the judge is expected to rule on two key motions. Potter is charged with manslaughter in the death of Daunte Wright, whom she fatally shot during a traffic stop in April. She says she meant to use her Taser, not her gun. The state filed two motions Monday. One seeks to limit the opinion of witnesses who are not testifying as experts. The other seeks permission to question police officers about union membership as a way to determine bias. READ MORE: Public Employees Association Opposes State’s Motion To Question Officers About Union Membership Potter served as union president in Brooklyn Center. Prosecutors argue her elevated status gives her a level of respect and admiration that makes fellow union officers biased in her favor. That motion is getting some pushback from the Minnesota Public Employees Association. The organization released a statement denouncing the motion and noting the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office is unionized. Tuesday will mark the fifth day of testimony...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A surge in coronavirus cases has been reported in the Bay Area and across California as well as the country due in part to the emergence of the highly-contagious delta variant.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's daily, interactive newscast about the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. MAPS: Check out the latest maps of COVID-19 cases, deaths in the US, world CORONAVIRUS IN CA: Get resources and information about COVID-19 LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths in San Francisco Bay Area Here are the latest developments on the respiratory illness in the Bay Area: Nov. 25, 2021Judge orders vaccine mandate for CA prison employeesA federal judge has ordered California prison employees to be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by Jan. 12, potentially reducing...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A surge in coronavirus cases has been reported in the Bay Area and across California as well as the country due in part to the emergence of the highly-contagious delta variant.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's daily, interactive newscast about the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. MAPS: Check out the latest maps of COVID-19 cases, deaths in the US, world CORONAVIRUS IN CA: Get resources and information about COVID-19 LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths in San Francisco Bay Area Here are the latest developments on the respiratory illness in the Bay Area: Oct. 27, 20216:45 a.m.CA health officials to give update on vaccinationsThe California Health & Human Services Agency and California Department of Public Health will host a virtual press conference...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- A surge in coronavirus cases has been reported in the Bay Area and across California as well as the country due in part to the emergence of the highly-contagious delta variant.The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's daily, interactive newscast about the coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and around the world. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. MAPS: Check out the latest maps of COVID-19 cases, deaths in the US, world CORONAVIRUS IN CA: Get resources and information about COVID-19 LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths in San Francisco Bay Area Here are the latest developments on the respiratory illness in the Bay Area: Oct. 22, 20216:30 a.m.Apple requiring unvaccinated employees to get testedCupertino-based Apple is requiring unvaccinated employees working at its corporate offices to undergo daily COVID tests, according to Bloomberg. The...
    VIDEO3:4203:42NAM CEO says 100 percent of employees vaccinated after mandateSquawk on the Street The CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers told CNBC on Thursday he believes company mandates for Covid vaccinations are an important policy step, even if it causes some employees to depart at a time when hiring workers can be challenging. "I don't think that's going to happen in most cases. It is a consideration, and let's be upfront about it: We have a very severe worker shortage in our country right now,"  Jay Timmons, who has led the nation's largest manufacturing group for a decade, said in an interview on "Squawk on the Street." "We're in competition now all across every sector for workers, but in the end it's better to have live employees than sick or dead ones, so this is something I think all employers are going to be grappling with," Timmons added. The Washington-based NAM in July required all of its employees to be vaccinated against Covid by Sept. 20, with exceptions made for religious or medical reasons. Timmons described the decision as...
    Live Nation has announced a new policy requiring those attending events at its venues to show proof that they are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or to provide a negative test result. Officials said the new policy will go into effect on Monday, Oct. 4, according to multiple reports. The requirement applies to those attending the event, and those working at the event as well. Live Nation said the policy will apply to locations where having this requirement is legal. Live Nation manages and promotes ticket sales for live entertainment owns a number of venues across the country, including Connecticut venues such as the Xfinity Theatre in Hartford and the Toyota Oakdale Theatre in Wallingford.  The company's employees will also be required to be vaccinated by Monday, Oct. 4 to attend events or venues.
    (CNN) — President Joe Biden, who for months used techniques like public service announcements to persuade Americans to get vaccinated, feels he has struck a “brick wall” in convincing holdouts to get shots, according to people familiar with his thinking. In private meetings with top aides, Biden has raised one question repeatedly: “What’s the problem?” Now, he is adopting a tougher approach as caseloads surge: vaccine requirements and blame. READ MORE: 26-Year-Old Maryland Woman Says She Killed 92-Year-Old Roommate Nancy Anne Frankel, Police Say Instead of merely asking Americans to get vaccinated, the President on Thursday is set to take his first step toward ordering it. In afternoon remarks, Biden is planning to announce that all federal employees must attest to being vaccinated against Covid-19 or face strict protocols including regular testing, masking and other mitigation measures, according to a source with direct knowledge of the matter. It’s not a mandate, officials insist, and most federal employees who do not get vaccinated will not lose their jobs as a result. Still, the shift toward placing the onus for the current...
    A Detroit CBS affiliate said that weather reporter April Moss, who promised to produce proof of discrimination at the station live on-air Sunday, was fired after refusing to wear a mask. "April Moss objected to WWJ-TV's policies regarding COVID-19 testing and wearing masks inside our station, which are based on CDC, state and local guidelines," the station said in a statement. "Any suggestion that she was in any way a victim of 'discrimination' due to her concerns about these policies is completely false. In fact, we allowed April to perform her weather anchor duties from home as we explored her concerns." The news of the reporter’s termination comes after Moss revealed live during her local weather report Sunday that she "will be sitting down this week with Project Veritas to discuss the discrimination that CBS is enforcing on its employees." Project Veritas, an outlet run by independent journalist James O’Keefe, has built a large audience with his reports that often feature secretly taken video and audio recordings, oftentimes from major news organizations. HOUSTON REPORTER FIRED OVER PROJECT VERITAS STING "In...
    More On: goldman sachs Goldman Sachs reportedly plans to move more than 100 bankers to Florida Goldman workers irked as CEO ‘DJ D-Sol’ to drop single on eve of return-to-work plan Goldman Sachs finally paying off 1MDB debt Scooter Braun blasts ex-Goldman Sachs partner who sued him in tweet Goldman Sachs bankers finally schlepped back to their offices in New York this week — and the firm is trying to make their return as painless as possible. The Wall Street giant – whose chief executive David Solomon for months has been beating the drum for staff to get back to their desks — welcomed new interns and returning employees with live music and free lunches from nearly two-dozen food trucks, including Cousins Maine Lobster, Poke Motion and the Van Leeuwen ice-cream shop. “It must be a special occasion if Tucker and I get to go outside for a lunch break,” top Goldman banker Stephanie Cohen posted on LinkedIn alongside a photo of her and colleague Tucker York, with whom she heads the consumer and wealth management division, sidling up...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — On the road to reopening, many theater employees are back at work after a year of unemployment. Several off-Broadway shows have opened with performances in front of live audiences. READ MORE: Long-Delayed Tony Awards Finally Have A Date — Sept. 26 Among them is “Seven Deadly Sins.” The show is taking over a row of empty storefronts in the Meatpacking District, steps away from the High Line. It puts a live audience right outside the windows with headsets on. “It’s a little bit like a carnival, a little bit like a speakeasy,” director Moises Kaufman told CBS2’s Dave Carlin. The set design is by Tony Award winner David Rockwell. Kaufman also wrote one of the seven short plays that make up “Seven Deadly Sins.” “We are bringing back about 100 jobs in the theater,” he said. Another production, “Persou,” invites about 25 audience members at a time inside the Cell Theater on West 23rd Street. “It’s a celebration of spring and rejuvenation,” co-creator and writer Camilo Quiroz-Vazquez said. It’s live and immersive, musical and mystical, and...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday 3,300 state employees will be relocated to offices in downtown Baltimore to help support economic development. In a press conference, Hogan said the move will help support the businesses and economy in the Central Baltimore office district. READ MORE: Baltimore County Man Arrested With Loaded Handgun At BWI Airport The Maryland Department of Human Services’ 700 employees and the Maryland Department of Health’s 1200 employees will be the first to move to Baltimore. READ MORE: COVID-19 In Maryland: More Than 600 New Cases Reported Monday, Hospitalizations Jumped Over The Weekend “Strong Maryland depends on a strong Baltimore City, which is why the entire state government has been working hard to improve the city,” Hogan said. MORE NEWS: Stimulus Check Latest: Will You Be Receiving A Plus-Up Payment? WJZ will stream it live here. 
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The COVID-19 pandemic is having a major impact across the world and also in cities across Northern California. The latest number of confirmed cases in the U.S. can be found at the CDC's 2019 Novel Coronavirus in the U.S. page. (The CDC updates the webpage on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's daily interactive newscast about the novel coronavirus outbreak in the Bay Area and other hot topics. You can check here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. GET HELP: Resources and information about COVID-19 CA REOPENING TIERS: Map shows which counties can, can't reopen under Newsom's new 4-tier system LATEST LOCAL CASES: Updated number of COVID-19 cases, deaths in San Francisco Bay Area Here are the latest developments on the respiratory illness in the U.S.: Feb. 24, 20219:30 p.m.SF-based One Medical allegedly let ineligible people get vaccine, report saysSan Francisco-based One Medical has terminated several employees after it was discovered they reportedly allowed ineligible patients to get vaccinated. A company spokesperson tells ABC7 that the allegations "perpetuates dangerous...
    GREENSBURG, Pa. (KDKA) – Restaurant employees aren’t the only ones who are happy the temporary restrictions will be lifted on Monday. In Westmoreland County, employees at the new Live! Casino in Greensburg worked for just 18 days before the restrictions kicked in and shut them down. “The best thing about it is we get to bring back our team members,” said General Manager Sean Sullivan. It’s been a long holiday season for the staff, with Gov. Wolf’s most recent round of restrictions shutting the casino down just as it was starting to gain momentum. “We support everything the governor does. We support a healthy, safe community. So we understand why it needed to happen,” said Sullivan. “Our employees were unbelievably supportive.” They’ve been busy in the meantime. The casino gave out holiday hams right before Christmas, and they’re making sure they have all the necessary protocols in place to reopen. “We’ve taken that opportunity to clean even deeper than you would in normal operations. From the carpet to the electrostatic spray throughout the building, the wiping down of all the...
    Kira Learner and Indrani Basu are writing for us today in the midst of an epidemic, American poll workers risked their health to handle the election: On November 5, two days after Election Day, an employee went home early in the morning to the Election Board office in Onondaka County, New York. According to Election Commissioner Dustin Sarni, he felt exhausted and blamed the long changes. A week later he was admitted to the hospital, tested for Covit-19, and was diagnosed with the virus. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to other employees, the virus spread through the office where employees work in long shifts to count votes that were not available before New York’s certification deadline. About 200 staff and volunteers who counted the missing votes were sent home on November 13 and instructed to undergo a test. In total, 12 employees tested positive. “We had almost everyone in the office last week before Friday the 13th,” Jorney said. “Of course it happened on Friday the 13th.” Journey and other commissioners closed their offices, suspended the week’s vote count and told New York...
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