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    In this article GOOGLGoogle CEO Sundar Pichai speaks on stage during the annual Google I/O developers conference in Mountain View, California, May 8, 2018.Stephen Lam | ReutersGoogle is launching a new effort called "Simplicity Sprint" in an effort to improve efficiency and improve employee focus during an uncertain economic environment. The Alphabet company had its regular all-hands last Wednesday, and the tone was somewhat urgent as employees expressed concern over layoffs and CEO Sundar Pichai asked employees for input, according to attendees and related internal documentation viewed by CNBC. Google’s productivity as a company isn’t where it needs to be even with the headcount it has, Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai told employees in the meeting. “I wanted to give some additional context following our earnings results, and ask for your help as well,” Pichai opened, referring to the company's Q2 earnings report on Tuesday. "It’s clear we are facing a challenging macro environment with more uncertainty ahead." He added, "There are real concerns that our productivity as a whole is not where it needs to be for the headcount...
    There are five of them. Drivers registered on the Uber platform want to verify their employee status. Company America considers them “independent”. They will be fixed on 22 October. For months, a conflict between the American company Uber and its drivers has been going on around the world. They want to be recognized as employees of the digital platform. The files of the five drivers from Toulouse were examined by Brutholms this Wednesday, July 13. Whether they were given a permit or not, the five young men, aged between 25 and 35, denounced the extremely dangerous working conditions. One of them was “cut off” from the app for 8 months for not following Uber’s recommended routes. Yet for most of these drivers it is their only source of income. For these drivers to be recognized as employees, they must demonstrate a relationship of subordination that binds them to the platform. And therein lies the whole difficulty. Digital Labor Code Very specific in this case. It must be proved that the company controls, directs and restrains the worker. For Christophe Marciano,...
    In this article AMZNAmazon workers at Amazon's Staten Island warehouse strike in demand that the facility be shut down and cleaned after one staffer tested positive for the coronavirus on March 30, 2020 in New York.Angela Weiss | AFP | Getty ImagesAmazon has been ordered to reinstate a worker who was fired after leading a protest over working conditions at a Staten Island warehouse in the early days of the Covid pandemic. Gerald Bryson, who worked at an Amazon warehouse on New York's Staten Island, known as JFK8, helped lead the protest in April 2020. Bryson got into a dispute with another worker while protesting outside the facility. In a video live-streamed on Facebook, Bryson and the employee exchanged profanities, and were in disagreement about whether the warehouse should be shut down for disinfection. Bryson was later fired for violating Amazon's vulgar-language policy, while the other employee received a written warning. Bryson in 2020 filed an unfair labor practice with the National Labor Relations Board, arguing Amazon retaliated against him, and later that year, the NLRB determined the complaint had...
    Every executive branch employee should be “fireable” by the President of the United States in order to bring the deep state to heel, former President Donald Trump said during Saturday’s “Save America Rally” in Florence, South Carolina. “We will pass critical reforms making every executive branch employee fireable — fireable — by the President of the United States,” Trump declared during the rally. “The deep state must and will be brought to heel”: BREAKING: Trump calls to make *every* executive branch employee fireable by the President of the United States “The deep state must and will be brought to heel”pic.twitter.com/mX6hBIduLK — Jack Posobiec ???????? (@JackPosobiec) March 13, 2022 Currently, the president is unable to unilaterally fire “just anyone” working in the executive branch, particularly those who are elected. As Business Insider detailed: The president is also not allowed to fire just anyone in the executive branch. While this power had initially been available to the president, it led to the “spoils system,” in which every new president could essentially replace the entire government with their supporters. Under the Pendleton Civil...
    (CNN)A stone-cold fox shows its warm and fuzzy side, Harry Potter's heading back to Hogwarts, and a Dunkin' customer pays it forward to her favorite employee. These are the must-watch videos of the week.What does the fox say? JUST WATCHEDGiggling foxes charm the internetReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHGiggling foxes charm the internet 01:57This fox's laugh has the internet in stitches. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the answer to "what did the fox say?"A magical reunionJUST WATCHEDThe new 'Harry Potter' reunion trailer is hereReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHThe new 'Harry Potter' reunion trailer is here 01:27A new trailer for the "Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts" special, which will debut on HBO Max on January 1, has been released (CNN, HLN and HBO are all part of WarnerMedia).Read MoreA home for the holidaysJUST WATCHEDCustomer gifts Dunkin' employee the surprise of a lifetimeReplayMore Videos ...MUST WATCHCustomer gifts Dunkin' employee the surprise of a lifetime 01:06After learning her favorite Dunkin' employee had been evicted, an Ohio woman worked with several organizations to find a new home and furniture for the woman and her children, just...
    A new law forbids any public entity in California from pulling health insurance from a worker who’s walked off the job, something critics say already is a federal protection. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation that codifies organizations such as colleges and universities must keep a striking worker’s insurance active when they’re walking the picket line as long as the strike is authorized. Assembly Bill 237 , signed by Newsom on Oct. 9, makes a public entity responsible for any medical expenses incurred by a union member or those on their insurance plans should the entity “refuse to maintain and pay for continued health care or other medical coverage for an enrolled employee or their enrolled dependents, for the duration of the enrolled employee’s participation in an authorized strike.” Assembly Member Adam Gray, D-Merced, sponsored the legislation, which passed with bipartisan support to the applause of public-sector unions. “Strikes are a legally protected tool of last resort for workers engaged in collective bargaining,” AFSCME Local 3299 President Kathryn Lybarger said. “AB 237 will prevent public employers from subverting that lawful process...
    Mary Chappell Chicago (CBS) — The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is the latest to require all its employees to get the COVID-19 shot. READ MORE: Ald. Jim Gardiner Apologizes For Series Of Offensive Texts About Women, Fellow Alderman CTA announced Friday it’s requiring all employees to be vaccinated by Oct. 25., joining transit agencies with similar policies across the country, as well as Chicago city workers and other commercial businesses and hospitals. “In order for us to continue safely serving the Chicago area, it is now time for the remainder of our workforce to join the nearly 200 million Americans who are fully-vaccinated to help fight off these variants and protect our loved ones and others who cannot be vaccinated,” CTA President Dorval Carter, Jr., said in a press release from CTA. READ MORE: Illinois Reports 30,319 New Confirmed and Probable Cases of COVID-19, 78% Of Adults At Least Partially Vaccinated Employees will be required to provide proof of vaccination on the CTA’s employee portal, officials said. Those who don’t comply by the deadline will “face discipline in accordance with...
    All employees who receive tips must keep a record of the tips and inform the employer of everything received. Photo: Karolina Grabowska / Pexels As you well know, tips are extra payments that customers give to the employees who serve them. Among them are cash tips that are received directly from customers, tips that are given with electronic card payments or it can also be any object of value that is not money, such as tickets to an event. They also count as tips those that kitchen workers receive when the waiters distribute them among all the restaurant workers. If you thought that you could keep this money without paying any taxes, you should know that this is not the case, since the IRS says that all tips in cash and in kind received by employees are considered income and are taxable federal income tax. All cash tips received by an employee in any calendar month are subject to social security and Medicare taxes and must be reported to the employer, according to the...
    PRIMARK has reopened its doors and fans have been flocking in their thousands to stock up on their budget-friendly clothes. But you may have to be quick, as a Primark staff member has revealed the one must-have item she thinks will sell out in days. 8A Primark staff member has shared the must-have items they think will sell out now the stores have reopenedCredit: @user7905277513034/TikTok Taking to TikTok, Primark worker Simone Oliver shared a video of a blue cardigan and matching top set that she thinks will fly off shelves.  The best part of the co-ord is that it’ll only set you back £10. She wrote: “Primark clothes that will sell you from an employee perspective. “Really cute for dates and picnics.” 8The TikTok video has racked up over 200,000 likesCredit: @user7905277513034/TikTok 8Zara McDermott stunned in their green gingham co-ord set which is £8 for the top and £10 for the bottomsCredit: @Primark 8The co-ord top has pretty bow detailing on the backCredit: @Primark 8Jess Wright has styled up an £8 black gingham crop top and matching £10 box bag...
    The federal labor board ordered Tesla to direct CEO Elon Musk to delete a past tweet and rehire a fired employee who had been a union activist, according to a Thursday ruling. The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued its final ruling in the case concerning Tesla’s anti-union activity, ordering the company to take a series of steps to remedy past actions. Among the actions, the NLRB ordered Tesla to remove Musk’s May 2018 anti-union tweet, in which he said workers would need to give up stock options if they unionized. “Nothing stopping Tesla team at our car plant from voting union,” Musk’s tweet said. “Could do so tmrw if they wanted. But why pay union dues & give up stock options for nothing? Our safety record is 2X better than when plant was UAW & everybody already gets healthcare.” The NLRB ruled that Tesla had to take actions to ensure that Musk deleted the tweet. The tweet hadn’t been deleted as of Friday morning. (RELATED: ‘It’s A Matter Of Principle’: Conservative Publisher Downplays NLRB Ruling That Said His Tweet...
    Mass vaccine event in Missouri to give 8,000 shots in 2 days De Blasio: Gov. Cuomo is ‘central part’ of Albany corruption Americans With Credit Card Debt Could Be In for a Big Surprise Ad Microsoft Price Alert: These SUVs Are Now Only $19,000 (Deal Of The Day) Ad Microsoft The card so lucrative, our expert signed up personally Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/28 SLIDES © DepositPhotos.com Your 401(k) and Taxes Employer-sponsored retirement plans like a 401(k) are a common way for workers to save for retirement. In any given year, about half of employees participate in a retirement plan at work, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. So it’s important for participants to understand...
    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 COVID-19 VACCINE: Find out where you are in line 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.: Jan. 3, 20211 p.m.Santa Clara County businesses must close employee break rooms under COVID-19 restrictionsSanta Clara County health officials kicked off 2021 by adding new restrictions on businesses -- they must now close their...
    SANTA CLARA CO., Calif. (KGO) -- Santa Clara County health officials kicked off 2021 by adding new restrictions on businesses -- they must now close their employee breakrooms.While officials told San Jose Spotlight they had issued previous "guidance" on breakrooms, an earlier version of the county's directive did not include any language about closing indoor employee breakrooms.According to the changes, made on Dec. 31, businesses in Silicon Valley must "prohibit personnel from using any indoor breakrooms or break areas for eating or drinking" -- even if they're alone at the time.'Employees can access cafeterias and breakrooms only to use appliances such as coffee makers, refrigerators or microwaves. They can store or heat up food, but cannot eat it inside the breakroom. County officials recommend eating lunch in the car, the safest option. There are new updates to the capacity limitations directive. To reduce the spread of COVID-19, we require businesses to close workplace kitchens and break rooms for eating, drinking, and for any gathering. Read about the changes: https://t.co/Je6jTMWOdx pic.twitter.com/qstNzt6vL6— Healthy SCC (@HealthySCC) January 1, 2021Employees can use break areas...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City By Michael Barasch News that President Trump and the First Lady has been diagnosed with COVID-19 demonstrated once again that the disease, like any other global pandemic, does not care about politics – Democrats, Republicans, and Independents alike are all vulnerable.  The reaction to this diagnosis in the White House will also provide another valuable lesson: how companies and organizations should respond to a COVID-19 diagnosis.  In addition to its role as a symbol of our government, the White House has a staff of hundreds of employees, with thousands of visitors coming through its doors every year, similar to the headquarters of a company or a large retail store.  When someone who works or has visited an office or store receives a COVID-19 diagnosis, managers have a legal duty and a moral responsibility to implement safety protocols to protect others at risk of exposure.  The pandemic remains uncharted territory, but there are some important considerations.   Fulfilling that obligation starts with following...
    WESTERLEIGH, Staten Island (WABC) -- Fifty staff members at IS 51 on Staten Island must quarantine after coming into contact with another staff member who tested positive for COVID.The Department of Education says social distancing protocols that were put into place to prevent situations like this were not followed, which is why such a high number of teachers had to self-quarantine.The DOE released a statement Thursday saying,"Our strict safety protocols immediately identified a positive case at IS 51 and a Test + Trace investigation quickly identified close contacts. Our social distancing protocols, which were unfortunately not followed by school staff, are designed to prevent this scenario and this will be addressed. It takes the cooperation of everyone working together and closely following safety rules to stop the spread. With citywide transmission hovering at or below one percent, we can stop the spread if commonsense precautions are taken by all."The UFT has not yet commented.WATCH: Eyewitness to a PandemicEMBED More News Videos Suddenly, the brutal death of George Floyd while in the custody of police officers in Minneapolis filled the streets...
    Viewing Picks for September 23, 2020 Pets that are so excited for fall Blackrock tells its 16,000 staff they must reveal romances with anyone linked to the company, not just colleagues © Reuters FILE PHOTO: A sign for BlackRock Inc hangs above their building in New York Reuters Blackrock has ordered its 16,000 employees to inform their managers of romantic, sexual, or personal relationships they have with anyone connected to the company. This covers staff from a “service provider, vendor or other third party,” including clients. Extending a relationship disclosure policy to external firms is unusual, and Blackrock's policy potentially covers hundreds of thousands of relationships. If there is a chance of the disclosed personal relationship creating a conflict of interest, the company may make “alternative work arrangements,” according to Blackrock’s policy, outlined in a memo seen by The Times. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Blackrock, the world's largest asset manager, has told staff to disclose all sexual relationships they have with anyone linked to the firm, not just with their colleagues. Load Error ...
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