California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes – Update Cali

This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company canceled health insurance for hundreds of members of United Steelworkers Local 5 at the Richmond, Calif., refinery during a strike that ended up lasting two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health insurance if they did not … Read more

California aims to maximize health insurance subsidies for workers during labor disputes – Update Cali

This spring, Chevron workers testified that the company canceled health insurance for hundreds of members of United Steelworkers Local 5 at the Richmond, Calif., refinery during a strike that ended up lasting two months. Thousands of nurses at Stanford Health Care were told in April they would lose their health insurance if they did not … Read more

Three Collat ​​Students, Employees Recognized by Alabama Inno Under 25 – News – Update Alaba

The Inno Under 25 list recognizes Birmingham’s best founders, entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders under the age of 25. Written by Tehreem Khan Media Contact: Alicia Rohan Kari Green Photo credit: Lexi CoonTwo students and one graduate from the University of Alabama at Birmingham Collat ​​School of Business have been named 2022 winners of the Birmingham … Read more

Monday Daily Pulse – Florida Trend – Update Flor

Florida’s unemployment rate increased after Ian Florida saw its unemployment rate rise in October after the deadly Hurricane Ian tore through Southwest Florida, while the labor force continued to grow, according to figures released Friday. The Department of Economic Opportunity said the unemployment rate was 2.7 percent in October, up from an all-time low of … Read more

Friday Daily Pulse – Florida Trend

Despite the jobs and tax revenue, some Florida cities are pushing back against Amazon Not everyone is putting out the welcome mat for Amazon, the e-commerce giant that has built 85 fulfillment and delivery operations in Florida and two dozen other projects either under construction or in the pipeline. Amazon has often received economic incentives … Read more

Thursday Afternoon Update – Florida Trend

Florida job requests under 6,000 Initial jobless claims in Florida continued to fall toward pre-Hurricane Ian levels last week, according to a report released Thursday by the U.S. Department of Labor. The report estimated that 5,889 initial claims were filed during the week ended Nov. 12, down from a revised number of 7,412 during the … Read more

Florida is at the center of a national debate over education policy | Florida Trend Education – Florida Trend

Florida is at the center of a national debate over education policy Teachers and school administrators across the country face a growing number of rules and laws that dictate what and how they can teach. The pressure is causing many to leave, with polarization over cultural issues intensifying. The departures are not limited to either … Read more

Florida is at the center of a national debate over education policy | Florida Trend Education – Florida Trend

Florida is at the center of a national debate over education policy Teachers and school administrators across the country face a growing number of rules and laws that dictate what and how they can teach. The pressure is causing many to leave, with polarization over cultural issues intensifying. The departures are not limited to either … Read more

Wednesday Afternoon Update – Florida Trend

Floridians could pay billions to power companies to protect the grid from storms The Florida Public Service Commission has approved four plans submitted by utility companies allowing for roughly $22 billion in efforts to “harden” the state’s power grid over the next 10 years. On Thursday, commissioners will vote on how much Florida’s electric bills … Read more

Wednesday Daily Pulse – Florida Trend

NASA launches the massive Artemis I rocket to the moon After several significant delays caused by hardware and hurricanes, a massive rocket emblazoned with NASA logos blasted off from Florida early Wednesday, finally kicking off a lunar mission to the moon that harkens back to the days of Apollo more than 50 years ago. . … Read more