DuBois – The “Touch a Chopper” event is today at the DuBois Country Club, presented by the Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League and Direct Workforce Care. Aaron Beatty of the WPAL explains what will be happening... “Touch a Chopper” takes place from 3pm to 7pm today... Read More.
DuBois - The “Touch a Chopper” event is coming to the DuBois Country Club this Friday. The Western Pennsylvania Police Athletic League and Direct Workforce Care of DuBois are joining efforts to present “Touch a Chopper” from 3pm to 7pm. Aaron Beatty of the WPAL explained... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- States with a large number of unvaccinated first responders “may face major workforce disruptions due to COVID-19 illness,” according to a study released Tuesday by researchers at the University of Miami. First responders are more likely to contract COVID-19 than another population... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Pamela Millwood isn't against getting vaccinated. But at the federal prison where she works in Jesup, Georgia, many of her coworkers are skeptical or downright opposed to getting a shot. The result, she predicts, will be an exodus of some 30% to... Read More.
Harrisburg, PA - With federal unemployment benefits ending for 558,000 Pennsylvanians on Saturday, Sept. 4, other support programs are available to provide help, Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier and Department of Human Services (DHS) Deputy Secretary for the Office of... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for federal workers could set the groundwork for more private sector organizations to follow along. But it also is likely to trigger an avalanche of lawsuits from those who say required vaccinations infringe on the civil liberties... Read More.
(FRANKFORT, Ky.) -- Kentucky is the latest state to offer hefty return-to-work cash incentives, as the economy begins to bounce back from the COVID-19 shock. Gov. Andy Beshear announced earlier this week a plan to pay up to 15,000 Kentuckians on unemployment insurance a $1,500... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Latinas left the workforce at higher rates than any other demographic during the COVID-19 pandemic, with little sign of recuperating even as the country starts to reopen, according to a new report. From March 2020 to March 2021, the number of Latinas... Read More.