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Daily RedAlert - 1/30/23

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Americans delay retirement, looking to gig work to make ends meet - Fox Business

“A majority now plan to remain in the workforce longer than they originally planned or have abandoned the idea of leaving it altogether. But with the added threat of further layoffs, older Americans are increasingly looking to gig work to make ends meet, according to new data from AARP.”

Sunday Business Page: Report finds workplace bullying has increased since the pandemic - CBS News

“A workplace expert tells me there has been a 13 percent increase in workplace bullying since the pandemic began and about one-third of employees said they have observed that bullying, which is an increase of 20 percent from before the pandemic.”

Demand for non-tech jobs grew during December 2022: Report - The Economic Times

“Global job site Indeed's monthly jobs insights showed that healthcare allied fields such as dental and nursing have the highest job postings on its platform at 30.8% in December 2022.”

Gen Z still can't make up its mind about working in the office - Business Insider

“In a survey, 29% of respondents said remote work is important, but another 29% said they favor office-based roles.”

Jordan Peterson announces World Economic Forum alternative - Just The News

“The consortium will focus on how to ‘get energy and resources at the lowest possible cost as rapidly as possible to the largest number of people around the world’ and how to encourage ‘long-term monogamous couples who are child-centered and to make increasing the birth rate part of that policy,’ among other things.”

Big Tech layoffs are a problem of the industry's own making: Morning Brief - Yahoo Finance

“The tech layoffs that have roiled the industry over the last two years are a disaster of the tech companies' own making. From over-hiring, to a belief that the world would remain perpetually online after the pandemic, the industry is contending with its own miscalculations.”

RedBalloon in the News

US fighting a remote work ‘tug of war’ as employees look for ‘compromise,’ expert says - MSN

"We've got this kind of interesting tug of war that's happening right now between workers and the employers," RedBalloon CEO Andrew Crapuchettes said on "Varney & Co." Friday, "because the employers want people in the office, and workers, we learned through the pandemic that, hey, you can be productive for a little bit when you work at home."

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