Will company culture come back after the pandemic?
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A company’s culture is intangible, but it is very real. Also on today's show: Retailers are trying to hire tens of thousands of workers, and why some companies didn't sign a statement pushing back against a restrictive Georgia voting law.
Segments From this episode
What drives corporations to sign — or not sign — a letter opposing voting restrictions?
Amazon, Netflix and Starbucks joined a public statement, but Coca-Cola, Walmart and others did not.
Retailers try to hire tens of thousands of workers
One way retailers and restaurants can attract workers is to offer higher pay, though that's easier for larger businesses.
Can company culture survive Zoom?
"Culture doesn't come for free," one professor told us. "You have to keep feeding it."
Merger set to create world's largest Spanish-language media company
The combined company’s prospective leader says the merger is about becoming a force in Spanish-language streaming.
Music, food and myth-busting bring vaccines to hesitant farmworkers
As much as 18% of the U.S. agricultural and farmworker population has tested positive for COVID-19 compared to 5% of the general population.
Boat builders struggle to meet soaring demand, solve supply chain woes
Boat sales leaped to a 13-year high in 2020, and the boom is expected to continue through 2021.
Music from the episode
Necessary Evil Unknown Mortal Orchestra
Un Universo Para Los Dos Oktoberklubben
El Otro Chile Portavoz, Stailok
Plate Richard Houghten
Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Daisy Palacios Senior Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer