LA County health officials urge workplace safety as COVID-19 spread continues

LA County health officials urge workplace safety as COVID-19 spread continues

New COVID-19 cases on the rise in LA County COVID-19 cases are on the rise in Los Angeles County, health officials say. LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles County health officials urged employers Tuesday to use “common sense strategies” to combat COVID-19 in light of the increasing spread of the virus. The urgent came as the … Read more

5 strategies to make your resume stand out amid the Great Resignation

5 strategies to make your resume stand out amid the Great Resignation

stunted | E+ | Getty Images If you hope to land a new job, you’ll want to make sure your resume catches the eyes of recruiters. The first thing you should do is shift your mindset, said certified professional career coach Matt Glodz, founder of Chicago-based executive resume writing firm Resume Pilots. “Stop thinking so … Read more

Davos Updates | More Businesses Join Green Tech Partnership | Business News

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — The World Economic Forum and leaders of some of the world’s largest businesses are announcing the expansion of a partnership aimed at propelling green technologies. The First Movers Coalition includes businesses that make major purchases around green technologies and down their supply chains. The idea is to send market signals that … Read more

Davos Gathering Overshadowed by Global Economic Worries | Business News

By KELVIN CHAN, AP Business Writer DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — Soaring inflation. Russia’s war in Ukraine. Squeezed supply chains. The threat of food insecurity around the world. The lingering COVID-19 pandemic. The risks to the global economy are many, and it’s led to an increasingly gloomy view of the months ahead as corporate leaders, government … Read more

Mayor Eric Adams, Kathy Hochul announce panel for NYC economy

Mayor Eric Adams, Kathy Hochul announce panel for NYC economy

Two civic leaders will head a commission to help the Big Apple recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, Mayor Eric Adams and Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Tuesday — two days before a meeting between Hizzoner and corporate executives to address public-safety concerns in the wake of the unprovoked Q-train shooting. The “’New’ New York blue-ribbon panel” … Read more

Flight bookings for leisure and business travel top 2019 levels

Flight bookings for leisure and business travel top 2019 levels

For the first time since the start of the pandemic, global leisure and business flights have risen to levels not seen since 2019. That’s according to the Mastercard Economics Institute’s third annual travel report, titled “Travel 2022: Trends & Transitions,” published yesterday. After analyzing 37 global markets, the report found that cross-border travel reached pre-pandemic … Read more

Effective communications through new COVID variants

Effective communications through new COVID variants

Jeddah: Communicators have had to keep one step ahead of an ever-moving situation since the COVID-19 outbreak, playing a key role in supporting and reassuring employees, customers, and communities as they get to grips with the ongoing challenges of the pandemic. The Omicron wave has shown us how the dynamic nature of the virus and … Read more

College where teacher died of Covid breached health and safety laws during pandemic, report finds

Donna Coleman, 42, did not attend the parties but had previously raised concerns about Burnley college's allegedly lax approach to Covid rules, who have now been found to have breach health and safety rules by the Health and Safety Executive

A college where a teacher died of Covid-19 has become the first education sector employer in Great Britain found to have to breached health & safety laws during the pandemic. Burnley College, Lancashire, was found to have failed to ensure staff safety during the outbreak of the virus in a damning report by the Health … Read more

Davos Updates | Experts Push for Promotion of ‘Blue Foods’ | Business News

DAVOS, Switzerland (AP) — The director of the Center for Oceans Solutions at Stanford University has called for the integration of ‘blue foods’ — a shorthand for fisheries and other aquatic products — into the global food system. “Blue foods are an important part of the food system but generally ignored in global discussions and … Read more