Amazon has temporarily shut some warehouses in Florida as Hurricane Ian nears

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Amazon has temporarily closed warehouse sites near Tampa and Orlando.Helen H. Richardson/MediaNews Group/The Denver Post via Getty Images Amazon has temporarily shut some warehouses in Florida ahead of Hurricane Ian's approach, per CNBC. The Category 3 storm smashed into Cuba on Tuesday and is now headed to Florida. Amazon said the warehouse closures are a safety precaution. Amazon has temporarily shut some warehouses in Florida as Hurricane Ian approaches the state, according to a CNBC report Tuesday.The ecommerce giant has temporarily closed warehouse sites near Tampa on the Gulf Coast and Orlando in central Florida, according to CNBC, citing notices…

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‘A burger costs $20 and I’m getting $15’: SFO Airport food workers strike for better pay

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Molly Gomez has worked as a bartender at the San Francisco International Airport, the seventh busiest airport in the US and one of the busiest in the world, for about 40 years. “A hamburger costs $20 and I’m getting $15 an hour. It’s been a really rough couple of years out here at the airport.”Molly Gomez, worker at San Francisco International Airport When the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the restaurant in the airport where she worked, she lost her job. Ultimately, Gomez was hired on by a different restaurant and contractor in the airport in August 2021. She caught COVID-19 shortly…

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If you’ve ever thought, ‘this meeting could have been an email,’ you were right — meetings cost companies up to $100 million a year

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Respondents told Rogelberg that nearly half of employees said they had too many meetings on their calendars, reporting that they felt “annoyed” and “frustrated” by them.Getty Images Meetings cost companies millions of dollars a year in wasted hours, a new study shows.  That's in addition to workers saying that meetings are a waste of time.  A four-day work week, remote work, and "no meetings" are the new sticking points for job hoppers.  If you're stuck in a meeting, it's bad news all around. That's according to a new study of 632 workers conducted by software firm Otter.ai and Steven Rogelberg, a…

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Constitutional Carry 2023 fight just STARTED! New Bill PROMISED as PRIORITY in 2023!

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Alberta cabinet minister admits COVID-19 policies were about “political control and power” and not based on science

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(Natural News) A cabinet minister for the Canadian province of Alberta has admitted that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic lockdowns and vaccine mandates were never based on science, but rather were focused on centralizing “political control and power.” “It was never about science but about political control and power,” tweeted Alberta’s Minister of Labor and...

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Passengers at San Francisco airport are being told to bring their own food due to restaurant workers striking

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Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Roughly 1,000 fast food workers at San Francisco International Airport are striking, saying they are experiencing stagnant wages and chronic understaffing. Workers say their hourly pay is less than the cost of a meal at the airport. Both the union and the airport told travelers to pack their own food. Passengers traveling through San Francisco International Airport should plan on bringing their own food, according to the airport. Workers are striking at "virtually every food and beverage outlet within the airport," Local Unite 2, the union representing the workers, said in a statement,…

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Barclays Requiring Investment Bankers To Return To Office “At Least” Four Days A Week

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Barclays Requiring Investment Bankers To Return To Office "At Least" Four Days A Week Barclays has been the latest investment bank falling in line with the others and requiring its investment bankers, who have been working from home since the pandemic, to return to the office for "at least" four days a week. The bank has been telling its employees that "worsening market conditions mean a greater need for in-person collaboration," Bloomberg reported this week.  The company is implementing the new policy effective October 3. It'll expect that its principle dealmakers are in the office from Monday through Thursday, according…

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Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library workers move to unionize

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Employees of Baltimore’s Enoch Pratt Free Library system have announced their intention to unionize, citing better pay, benefits for all, and greater employee input into working conditions as their chief motivations. Seeking voluntary recognition from Pratt leadership, Pratt Workers United hopes to join AFSCME Council 67, where workers from Walters Art Museum and Baltimore Museum of Art are also seeking representation. TRNN Editor-in-Chief Maximillian Alvarez interviews Pratt Workers United organizers Marti Dirscheri and Antoinette Wilson on the unionization campaign. Studio/Post-Production: Cameron Granadino Transcript The transcript of this video will be made available as soon as possible.

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Tom Morello meets the miners striking against Warrior Met Coal

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If you grew up listening to heavy music in the 1990s or 2000s, you know who Tom Morello is, and have probably thrashed yourself silly to at least one of his anti-authoritarian battle cries. As the guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, he’s toured stadiums around the world and sold millions of records; he held the same role in Audioslave, and made a big splash on mainstream radio while he was at it. He’s been a prolific solo artist, releasing acoustic protest songs under the moniker the Nightwatchman, and has collaborated with a laundry list of icons, from Run-DMC and…

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This is what Starbucks workers really think about the chain’s changes to how they’ll make cold brew and other iced drinks

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A new system is touted as something that will help Starbucks workers make cold drinks more easily.Mike Blake / Reuters Starbucks just unveiled new technology that will change how workers make cold-brew coffee and other iced drinks. Insider spoke to nine US Starbucks workers to hear their thoughts on the announcement.  Workers told Insider that they want changes that will make their jobs easier, but not at the expense of their craft.  A week after Starbucks announced plans to overhaul its cold drink-making processes, nine of the coffee chain's workers across the US told Insider they have mixed feelings on…

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