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New York Times bestselling author AK Turner kicks off the Vagabonding with Kids series with a free podcast version of the book. Hilarious adventure blends with tips (often learned the hard way) on extended travel with children. Perfect for digital nomads and armchair travelers alike. AK Turner offers a free TRAVEL FREEDOM GUIDE for Families on her website, http://VagabondingWithKids.com, that shares more specific details and advice on remote working, affording extended travel, making the lif ...
 
Welcome to Remote Work Radio, where we chronicle the stories of people who live where they want and make their living by working remotely as employees, freelancers, and entrepreneurs. This podcast aims to empower you to make your work situation remote-friendly so you can improve your quality of life. Remote Work Radio is an original production of Utah State University Extension's Rural Online Initiative. For more information, visit remoteworkcertificate.com
 
How is your organization emerging from the pandemic? Are you returning to the office, working remotely, or trying a hybrid format? Turbine Labs’ Daily 3 minute "The Future of Work Briefing" singles out the most impactful return to work, economic recovery, and related headlines powered by our AI platform, so you are guaranteed essential information to start your day. Prefer to read your headlines? Try our daily newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox: https://turb.la/3ATIaEX Curious abou ...
 
Silicon Valley based company Innovation Minds takes a crucial step in helping solve the new challenges of the post-pandemic global workplace. In AT THE EDGE, we interview a diverse offering of business leaders from around the planet on how to use innovation to engage the workforce, as well as how to innovate engagement using technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning to humanize relationships in the new distributed workplace. Companies around the world are struggling with ...
 
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Inflation talks are far from over, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. The organization anticipates the pickup in global inflation rates will be sharper and longer-lasting than previously anticipated, with a risk that the world grows accustomed to quick price increases. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell signale…
 
Stock futures dropped and investors took to government bonds after Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and other drugmakers raised concerns that vaccines and antibody-drug cocktails will not work as well against the Omicron variant. Economists said the global economy could suffer from the variant, potentially undermining policy plans to focus on inflation ra…
 
A new coronavirus variant, dubbed the omicron variant, sent the world into high alert over the holiday weekend, driving a sharp increase in COVID-19 hospitalizations across South Africa. Governments around the world announced travel restrictions that target African regions, triggering resentment among Africans who believed that the continent was ag…
 
Zoom Video Communications sales growth slowed last quarter as the demand for remote work and video conferencing eased. Zoom has been unable to maintain the heady growth it experienced at the pandemic’s start when organizations leaned heavily into remote work and now faces increased competition, like Microsoft’s Teams application. Will Zoom be able …
 
The Congressional Budget Office declared on Thursday that President Joe Biden’s social spending bill would heighten the budget deficit by $160 billion over the next ten years if signed into law. Despite the announcement, and a filibuster from House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy that delayed the vote Thursday evening, House Democrats are expected t…
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention expanded eligibility for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots to all adults ages 18 and up. The decision followed a unanimous vote by the CDC’s outside panels of advisers. The former Commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said that U.S. officials might eventually consider people “fully vaccina…
 
For the sixth straight week, initial jobless claims remained below 300,000, falling to 268,000 — the lowest number since the pandemic hit. The continued decrease in claims towards pre-pandemic levels is a sign employers are avoiding layoffs as many workers quit. The quits rate was measured at a record high of 3% in September, Labor Department figur…
 
U.S. stock futures remained flat Wednesday amid announcements of strong earnings from Target and Lowe’s. Target said comparable sales rose 12.7% and e-commerce sales rose 29% in the most recent quarter as holiday sales launched early. Lowe’s beat analysts’ expectations for the third quarter, anticipating $95 billion in sales as the company got a bu…
 
In this episode of Remote Work Radio, our host Marta Nielsen interviews Carolyn Lewis, a nurse and teacher who lives in Washington County, Utah. Carolyn shares how she transitioned from being a nurse working night shifts to becoming a nursing educator and pursuing her masters and Ph.D. degrees. She recently moved to Utah in order to care for her mo…
 
President Joe Biden signed the $1 trillion infrastructure bill Monday afternoon. The bill, cut down from its original price tag of $2.3 trillion after months of debate, includes funding for broadband expansion, environmental projects and improvements for transportation infrastructure among other initiatives. Biden’s reliance on I.R.S. enforcement t…
 
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis called for a special session of the state’s congress to discuss rules around vaccine mandates. The week-long session beginning Monday will debate four bills designed to deter local governments and businesses from instituting vaccine requirements. The news comes as Austria, where the vaccination rate is one of the lowes…
 
Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson plans to break into two companies, a move that splits up the multi-billion dollar consumer products division that sells Band-Aids, Tylenol and Johnson’s Baby Powders from the pharmaceutical business. The move follows suit of other multinational companies trying to simplify their structure as the healthcare industr…
 
Workers at the magazine-publishing division of Hearst, which runs outlets like Cosmopolitan and Men’s Health, have filed an unfair labor practices charge against their employer after the company mandated employees return to the office. More companies are in the process of recalling workers back to their offices – the Department of Labor noted 11.6%…
 
U.S. inflation hit a three-decade high of 6.2% last month, fueled by supply shortages and strong consumer demand. Inflation at the wholesale level rose 8.6% in October from a year earlier, matching September’s record annual gain and offering more evidence that inflationary pressures are not yet easing. Futures extend losses after strong inflation d…
 
Trading platform Robinhood announced the personal information of 7 million customers — about one-third of its customer base — was exposed last week as the hacker demanded payment. The culprit obtained email addresses for about 5 million people and full names for a separate group of 2 million people, while a smaller group of about 320 people had add…
 
A federal appeals court stayed President Joe Biden’s vaccine requirement for private companies as the court assesses the mandate more in-depth, delivering a significant blow to the administration’s attempts to increase vaccination rates. The court cited “grave statutory and constitutional issues” in its ruling to review. The order came a day after …
 
A federal agency has issued COVID-19 vaccine mandates or weekly testing for workers at U.S. companies with 100 or more employees, giving workers until Jan. 4 to get fully inoculated. States, companies, trade groups and other organizations are preparing a rush of arguments in the nation’s courts to oppose the measure from the Occupational Safety and…
 
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention formally endorsed the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine for children ages 5-11, supporting the Food and Drug Administration’s authorization of the vaccine and paving the way for children to get vaccinated as early as this week. A hospital in Texas is preparing for a rush of 30,000 pediatric vaccine appointmen…
 
About 9,000 municipal workers in New York City were put on paid leave for refusing to comply with the city’s vaccine mandate, which took effect Monday. Officials voiced concerns over the danger of unfilled public safety roles, including 18 out of 350 firehouses that were forced to go out of service. The clock is ticking for federal contractors to g…
 
U.S. consumer spending increased slightly in September by 0.6%, a tell-tale sign that the economy remains in the grip of a pandemic prolonged by high inflation, higher prices and supply chain shortages. Annual inflation has remained far above the modest annual rates of 2% or less for months, but falling COVID-19 infections and recovering consumer c…
 
The U.S. economy grew at a 2% annualized pace during the third quarter of 2021, the slowest pace in more than a year, likely caused by supply chain constraints creating shortages of goods that stifled consumer spending. Gross domestic product grew 0.5%, down from 1.6% in the second quarter and the weakest growth since pandemic recovery began in the…
 
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOWStock futures edged slightly higher Thursday as jobless claims dropped to 281,000 to another pandemic low last week after a Wednesday filled with choppy trading. Despite nearly doubling Wall Street’s earnings expectations and slightly beating revenue projections for the third quarter, Ford Motor’s net income of $1.83 billion st…
 
Emergency rooms across the country are filling with patients even as COVID-19 cases continue to fall, underscoring the large number of patients who delayed treatment during the delta surge and now face worsened symptoms from other illnesses. The number of new daily coronavirus cases has plunged 57% since peaking on Sept. 1, but many people who come…
 
The largest police union in New York City is suing to challenge the city’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all city workers. The Police Benevolent Association of New York said it opposes the mandate because it does not allow the option of being tested weekly instead of vaccination. The union also claimed the mandate does not contain sufficient protect…
 
U.S. stock futures edged slightly higher Monday as the five largest U.S. tech companies plan to report earnings this week, starting Monday with Facebook. Energy stocks have also continued to surge, challenging climate-conscious money managers who are now missing out on the world’s hottest stocks. Top Wall Street analysts see upside in these stocks …
 
Apple’s privacy change rolled out in April is beginning to disrupt the online ad market, hurting e-commerce players and creating challenges for tech companies. Snap cited Apple’s change as one reason it expects growth to slow in the current quarter. Snap shares fell 20% in after-hours trading after it made that disclosure in its earnings report. Fa…
 
Weekly jobless claims hit a pandemic-era low last week with first-time filings for unemployment insurance totaling 290,000 for the week ended Oct. 16, down 6,000 from the previous period. Economists had estimated an even 300,000. The tight labor market has employers reluctant to lay off workers, encouraging unemployment claims to trend near their l…
 
The Food and Drug Administration is planning to allow Americans to receive a different COVID-19 vaccine as a booster from the one they initially received. A recent federally-funded study found that recipients of Johnson & Johnson’s single-dose shot who received a Moderna booster saw their antibody levels rise 76-fold in 15 days, compared with only …
 
American billionaires added $2.1 trillion to their fortunes during the pandemic, a new report found. The Institute for Policy Studies and Americans for Tax Fairness tracked billionaires' gains since March 2020, noting their wealth grew by 70%. Tesla CEO Elon Musk saw the biggest gains, surpassing former Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as the richest person i…
 
Retail sales increased by 0.7% in September, defying expectations for a pullback amid supply chain issues, the Census Bureau reported. Compared with a year ago, sales were up 13.9% on the headline number. Experts attribute the uptick to students heading back to school and workers returning to the office. Facebook on Track for Holiday Ad Surge Despi…
 
More than 10,000 workers at 14 John Deere plants went on strike Thursday after members of the United Auto Workers union said the company’s proposed contract failed to meet wage and retirement expectations. Union representatives said the circumstances are in the striking workers’ favor given the labor shortage. Workers for Kellog’s have been strikin…
 
Boeing said it will require nearly 125,000 U.S. employees to receive a COVID-19 vaccination by Dec. 8 under President Joe Biden’s executive order requiring federal employees and contractors to receive the shots. Boeing said its U.S. employees will either need to show proof of vaccination or have an approved medical or religious exemption. Boeing De…
 
The House of Representatives approved a short-term extension of the debt ceiling by $480 billion on Tuesday, temporarily avoiding a fiscal crisis and putting off the risk of a first-ever default until December. The bill now travels to President Joe Biden’s desk for approval, allowing the Treasury Department to pay the nation’s bills until early Dec…
 
Amazon announced its office employees can continue to work remotely if department leaders decide not to call workers back to the office. The decision is another adjustment to the company’s return-to-office plans amid a surge of delta variant cases. Amazon’s embrace of remote work comes as U.S.workers return to the office at a rate higher than any p…
 
In this episode, Susannah discusses conundrums such as: - How the system is more important than the individual in innovation, yet the human is also far more important than the system; - How we don’t really understand the problems we’re facing, and yet the most powerful step forward will come from understanding the problems; - How although we are ge…
 
The Arkansas state Senate passed a bill protecting an employee’s right to privacy regarding their vaccination status Thursday, and both the House and Senate sent identical bills to Gov. Asa Hutchinson to exempt employees from federal or employer vaccine mandates. Although Hutchinson has said he does not support a federal vaccination mandate, he exp…
 
Los Angeles approved one of the nation’s strictest vaccine mandates Wednesday – a measure that would require the shots for everyone entering locations like bars, restaurants, nail salons and gyms. Employers are seeing success with vaccine mandates, with United Airlines, Tyson Foods, New York City schools and the NBA reporting vaccination rates that…
 
ADP’s Employment Report for September beat expectations, showing 568,000 private-sector jobs added last month. The number of people receiving unemployment benefits fell by 55% to 5 million, cut from the 11.3 million who’d been collecting benefits the week prior. Pandemic-era programs that offered income support to the unemployed lapsed on Labor Day…
 
Louisiana-based nonprofit Ochsner Health announced it will charge workers an additional $200 per month to insure their unvaccinated spouses or partners covered by the hospital group’s insurance policies due to the high costs of treating COVID-19 patients. If adult dependents wish to remain unvaccinated and avoid the fee, they can seek insurance els…
 
In this bonus episode, Bob talks about what his storied career has taught him about how people and culture, not technology or strategy, that power organizations, and provides insight into how organizational change and flexibility is at the core of delivering on the future of work. Bob Pulver is Global Head of Business Development at Innovation Mind…
 
Accounting and consulting giant PricewaterhouseCoopers announced it will allow all 40,000 U.S.-based service employees — nearly three-quarters of its U.S. employees — to work from home. PwC employees may see a pay cut if they relocate to a lower-cost city to match current compensation levels in their new area. The announcement is the first of its k…
 
Drugmaker Merck said its experimental COVID-19 pill cuts the risk of hospitalization and death by half, a major advance in the fight against the virus if cleared by health authorities. Merk plans to immediately seek emergency authorization for the oral antiviral, called molnupiravir, marking the first pill to treat COVID-19. School boards across th…
 
Weekly jobless claims climbed again in the last week to 362,000, indicating sluggish hiring in the labor market. While many employers are desperate to hire more workers and hang onto the ones they still have, some fear that vaccine mandates could worsen the worker crunch. Oil executives say they are bracing for even more rapid turnover in field-lev…
 
Some mandates have successfully motivated workers to get vaccinated, but those holding out now face terminations. Several hospital networks in New York have begun to fire healthcare workers who did not get a coronavirus shot in time for the state’s vaccine mandate, while United Airlines said it will begin terminating nearly 600 employees who refuse…
 
President Joe Biden received his COVID-19 vaccine booster shot Monday afternoon at the White House following approval by federal health officials. Pfizer recently announced it is testing a pill that could help people ward off COVID-19 if a close contact gets the virus. The drugmaker also submitted data to the Food and Drug Administration to clear i…
 
In this bonus episode, Rosemary talks about the importance of connection and of fun in today’s world of work, the Great Resignation and its impact, why empathy and transparency are the top qualities needed in leaders today, the sources of great employee experience, why ongoing feedback is way better than occasional pulse surveys, and the power of e…
 
New York state officials are mulling whether to use members of the National Guard to help with an anticipated shortage of healthcare workers as the state’s vaccine mandate for those workers takes effect Monday. Gov. Kathy Hochul outlined the National Guard option and other steps the state may take in a plan to increase the workforce if too many hos…
 
U.S. household wealth increased to a high of $141.7 trillion at the end of June, fueled by soaring equity markets that added over $3.5 trillion to household assets and the pandemic real estate boom. A White House economic analysis showed the wealthiest Americans pay much less in taxes than others. The analysis comes as President Joe Biden pushes to…
 
The Food and Drug Administration authorized a booster shot after weeks of deliberation for some Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine recipients. People over 65 and those who are at risk of facing serious complications due to frequent virus exposure at their jobs were recommended a booster at least six months after a second injection. The booster aims to curb th…
 
The House passed a bill suspending the debt limit and preventing a government shutdown in an effort to prevent economic loss and distress. The legislation is likely to fall in the Senate as many GOP members have voiced their opposition to raising the debt ceiling. If the Senate rejects the plan, the government would run out of authorization to keep…
 
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