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How Vaccine Mandates Are Helping Companies

With the delta variant driving up COVID-19 cases across the country, more companies are mandating vaccinations for employees to ward off the economic losses that come from having an unhealthy workforce.

Elon Musk says we need universal basic income because ‘in the future, physical work will be a choice’

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is stepping behind the universal basic income movement because of the potential rise of robots — in fact, he’s working on one himself.

Is your doctor, dentist or hairstylist vaccinated? Tips for how to ask — and avoid awkwardness.

It is not a violation of the oft-cited HIPAA federal privacy law to ask your doctor or dentist or other health-care workers, as well as people who provide close-contact services, including hair stylists, aestheticians, massage therapists and physical trainers, whether they are vaccinated.

Let’s promote all broadband technologies to speed help to all Americans

Fixed wireless offers competitive option for rural, underserved consumers

National Tribal Broadband Summit – Sept. 17 – 24 and Oct. 1 – Virtually

The annual National Tribal Broadband Summit is part of DOI’s ongoing efforts to close the digital divide and builds on the work of the White House Council for Native American Affairs.

How to Maximize the Local Impact of the American Rescue Plan

A new report provides advice and guidance on how cities, with Philadelphia as its example, can make the most of the historic funding opportunities made available by the American Rescue Plan approved by Congress earlier this year.

CBS 60 Minutes – Automated trucking, a technical milestone that could disrupt hundreds of thousands of jobs, hits the road

Companies are already testing driverless trucks on America’s roads. The technology will bring untold profits, but it may cost thousands of truckers their livelihoods.

This is one of the best ways to answer ‘What do you do?’

The point is to surprise the listener a bit with a “pattern interrupt.”

Lost Hikers Rely on Unpaid Rescuers. Colorado Could Change That

The Centennial State is looking into creating a full-time corps of rescuers with a budget in hopes of increasing participation from the volunteers in depends on.

Why lower salaries for remote workers is wrong

In yet another sign that even the most futuristic companies can’t find their asses from their earholes, Google (as well as Twitter and Facebook) are planning to cut pay to those working remotely, lowering salaries based on how far from the office you live.