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What Can You Do if the Employment Contract Was Breached?

What Can You Do if the Employment Contract Was Breached?

Whether you’re an employee or an employer, you are entitled to specific rights that are included in the employment contract. But you are also bound to certain contractual obligations as stated in the agreement.
California Stimulus Checks to Start Going Out Next Week: Who Qualifies and How to Check the Amount

California Stimulus Checks to Start Going Out Next Week: Who Qualifies and How to Check the Amount

California stimulus checks are set to be distributed as early as next week, with payments of up to $1,100 for eligible recipients.
Delta Air Lines to Charge Employees More for Health Insurance if They Choose Not to Get Vaccinated

Delta Air Lines to Charge Employees More for Health Insurance if They Choose Not to Get Vaccinated

Delta Air Lines announced that unvaccinated employees would have to pay $200 more every month for their company-sponsored health insurance.
5 B2B Sales Strategies for Post Covid 19 Success

5 B2B Sales Strategies for Post Covid 19 Success

One year after the Covid-19 pandemic, what sales strategies are you employing? Why not leverage these five B2B sales strategies for Post Covid-19 success.
Rami Beracha Believes That There Are Many Investment Opportunities To be Found, Even in The Coronavirus Economy

Some Advice from Rami Beracha- Investment Capitalist

Rami Beracha's advice to students at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya is based on his own life experience.
Disney World, Union, Reach Agreement to Require COVID Vaccine Among Unionized Employees

Disney World, Union, Reach Agreement to Require COVID Vaccine Among Unionized Employees

Disney World requires COVID-19 vaccines among employees under labor unions.
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CDC Updates List of Places With Very High COVID-19 Travel Risks; 6 More Places Added, Including Tourist Destinations Bahamas and Morocco

The CDC's regularly revised travel advisories list added the Bahamas and Morocco among countries with the highest-risk destinations for travelers.
Sole Proprietorship Business Automatization Tools

Sole Proprietorship Business Automatization Tools

For a sole proprietor the day to day running of a business can become overwhelming. There is always something that needs to be done, and no time left to do it! The same is true of smaller businesses, and we're here to talk about how automation tools can help make things easier and more productive.
First Cruise Ship Departs From California to Mexico After 17-Month Pause Due to COVID Pandemic

First Cruise Ship Departs From California to Mexico After 17-Month Pause Due to COVID Pandemic

A cruise ship set sail from the Port of Long Beach and headed for the Mexican Riviera on Saturday, making the first cruise ship to depart from California after a pause on its operations.
5 Hurt After Fire Hits Pemex Oil Platform in Gulf of Mexico

5 Hurt After Fire Hits Pemex Oil Platform in Gulf of Mexico

A fire has broken out at an offshore platform in the southern Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. The site was operated by Pemex, also known as Petroleos Mexicanos.
Pentagon Taps U.S. Commercial Airlines for Evacuation Efforts in Afghanistan

Pentagon Taps U.S. Commercial Airlines for Evacuation Efforts in Afghanistan

The Pentagon is seeking help from U.S. commercial airlines to help in the evacuation effort of those left in Afghanistan amid the capital's Taliban seizure.
FDA to Give Pfizer COVID Vaccine Full Approval Next Week

FDA to Give Pfizer COVID Vaccine Full Approval Next Week

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is targeting to fully approve Pfizer's two-dose COVID vaccine next week.
4 Things Office Employees Need Employers to Know

4 Things Office Employees Need Employers to Know

Going back to the office has been challenging for all of us. So here are some of the top issues employees want their bosses to know about.
FAA to Fine a JetBlue Unruly Passenger $45,000 for Putting His Head up a Flight Attendant’s Skirt

FAA to Fine a JetBlue Unruly Passenger $45,000 for Putting His Head up a Flight Attendant’s Skirt

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said an unruly passenger of JetBlue might be fined $45,000 after putting his head up a flight attendant's skirt.
Pres. Joe Biden to End Enhanced Weekly $300 Unemployment Benefits for 7.5 Million Americans

Pres. Joe Biden to End Enhanced Weekly $300 Unemployment Benefits for 7.5 Million Americans

The administration of President Joe Biden will not be extending the enhanced weekly $300 unemployment benefits that are scheduled to expire on September 6.
Runway Waiters Is Redefining High-End Fashion Events

Runway Waiters Is Redefining High-End Fashion Events

Exclusive fashion events entertain some of the most influential and elite personalities in various industries which require special arrangements. Right from the party staff to the overall ambiance, everything needs to be classy and flawless.
Exito Beauty Clinic: a clinic, bringing welfare by a thorny way of its founder

Exito Beauty Clinic: a clinic, bringing welfare by a thorny way of its founder

Fyodor Dostoyevski, a famous Russian writer, once said: «Beauty will save the world».
San Francisco DA Sues 3 ‘Ghost Gun’ Makers Responsible for Distributing Untraceable Weapons Used for Crimes

San Francisco DA Sues 3 ‘Ghost Gun’ Makers Responsible for Distributing Untraceable Weapons Used for Crimes

The district attorney of San Francisco said Wednesday that he is suing three companies distributing "ghost guns" in California.
Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Tells Mom to Glue Mask to Her Toddler’s Face After Kid Refused to Keep It On

Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant Tells Mom to Glue Mask to Her Toddler’s Face After Kid Refused to Keep It On

Southwest Airlines faced another controversy after a mom shared how a flight attendant made her daughter burst out in tears over a mask.
Pfizer, Moderna Booster Shots Will Be Available to the Public Starting Next Month, Biden Administration Says

Pfizer, Moderna Booster Shots Will Be Available to the Public Starting Next Month, Biden Administration Says

The Biden administration on Wednesday announced plans to start administering Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 booster shots next month.
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