Daily Red Alert - 8/23/22
“The nation’s top infectious disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, plans to step down from his roles running the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and advising the White House as its chief medical advisor at the end of the year, he announced Monday.”
Fewer Americans are switching to new jobs: survey - New York Post
“The number of Americans quitting their jobs for a different one declined in July, according to a Federal Reserve Bank of New York survey published Monday, a sign the so-called Great Resignation is slowing down.”
“Fraser Ross, owner of the Kitson department store located in Beverly Hills, posted signs last Wednesday to inform shoppers that they would not be allowed to wear a mask in the store because of recent spikes in crime.”
DC to offer more than $200K to incentivize residents to buy homes - Washington Examiner
“Prospective homebuyers in Washington, D.C., can now receive more than $200,000 to help with their mortgage down payments, marking the latest effort by the city government to incentivize district residents to purchase homes.”
“Years of long hours, understaffed companies and burned-out employees have all led to the latest TikTok trend: quiet quitting. The catchphrase quiet quitting is misleading, however, making some people think it means workers doing the bare minimum at their jobs.”
“There is also a demographic reasoning behind the petitioner's rejection of the proposed hybrid work model. Requiring everyone to relocate to the office ‘will change the makeup of our workforce. It will make Apple younger, white, more male-dominated, more neuro-normative, more able-bodied.’"
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ICYMI: A ‘Safe Space’ From Cancel Culture in Corporate America and Governmental Overreach - The Epoch Times
“’So, if we can help push back on ‘wokeness’ and bring back efficiency, productivity, and joy of work to the workplace, I think that’s going to be a way that we can actually deeply affect culture, and do really good things for America,’ Crapuchettes said.”
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