Daily Red Alert - 10/4/22
“Available positions totaled 10.05 million for the month, a 10% drop from the 11.17 million reported in July, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics release Tuesday. That was also well below the 11.1 million FactSet estimate.”
“Nurse Laura Morgan joined "America's Newsroom" Monday to discuss her refusal to take the mandated training course and her firing as a result.”
“A new survey of the top 20 brands that Generation Z adults have favorable views on shows that Google holds the top two spots among the younger generation, with the tech giant and Google-owned YouTube sitting at the top of the list.”
“Remote work may be a blessing for Americans who enjoy not having to commute to the office, but experts are warning that workers should be careful what they wish for because companies could easily hire someone overseas to do the same job for much less money.”
“A federal judge in Chicago dismissed the 2020 lawsuit in a written order last week, but gave the plaintiffs until October 21 to file an amended complaint. The judge did not explain why he dismissed the case.”
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