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The U.S. has nearly 400,000 fewer workers in nursing and residential-care facilities than it did before the pandemic.
A Harvard policy paper out this week on the government's pandemic relief effort calls on the Treasury Department to create a dedicated tribal affairs office.
Where once the company fought regulations, now its pre-empting them with its own policies designed to curb bad behavior by renters.
“Our health is all interconnected and inextricable from the conditions in which we live,” says epidemiologist Dr. Sandro Galea.
Many people are happy with the job market — higher wages and more openings. Fewer people like where the overall economy is headed.
What will make meaningful progress toward climate goals? Corporations changing how they do business and making tangible investments.
It's about company culture, performance management and lots of logistics.
The American Rescue Plan earmarked $20 billion for tribal governments. But the allocation formula favored a handful of tribes.
Along with protecting the lunch hour, the bank also suggested meetings should be no more than 45 minutes.