A third of workers got their hours cut, and a sixth are working more
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Plus, the view on the ground as Texas reopens, a conversation with the CEO of Land O'Lakes and how the flower business is faring ahead of Mother's Day.
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A Marketplace Edison Research poll found a third have lost hours but 16% are working more.
More than 40 states have plans to lift restrictions, clearing the way for people to return to work. But are employees ready for that?
Flower farmers are hurting as events like weddings are canceled during the global pandemic.
Many low-paid New Yorkers rely on the subway to get to and from work. Now, a daily halt to operations for four late night hours is complicating their commutes.
With a disrupted supply chain and drops in agriculture prices, Land O'Lakes CEO said it's a tough time for dairy farmers.