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Amazon gives “Thank You” t-shirts after cutting the risk salary

Amazon has begun phasing out policies that have been put in place to help its warehouse staff handle the work during the coronavirus pandemic. Last month, a policy with unlimited unpaid leave was finalized, and this week it was announced that it will end its $ 2 hourly pay rise from June. Two warehouse employees told Business Insider that the …

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88% of United Airlines flight attendants will have nothing to do in June, the report says

United Airlines Holdings (NASDAQ: UAL) in June only worked for about 3,000 of its 25,000 flight attendance services in June, according to reports, which highlight how deep cuts to the airline’s schedule have been and how unsustainable current business practices for airlines are. The airlines have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has caused the demand for travel …

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Ralphs offers new “thank you” bonus after union protest

After Ralph’s employees protested the food chain’s phasing out of “estimate payment” for working through the coronavirus outbreak, the parent company Kroger said on Friday that it would award a new one-time bonus to all hours of grocery stores, supply chains, manufacturing, pharmacy and call center work. Employees and union supporters gathered outside a Ralphs store on Vermont and 3rd …

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Mass collections are on their way back to American life but may not look as we remember

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said teams can open their facilities as soon as Tuesday – as long as it’s allowed in their state and teams follow staffing restrictions. However, players and coaches will not start returning until next month. In North Dakota, large gatherings such as concerts, weddings, carnivals and graduations will soon be allowed to resume, following new guidelines, …

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Why Carnival Corporation stocked almost 7% tomorrow

What happened Shares of the cruise giant Carnival Corporation (NYSE: CCL) fell almost 7% at the start of trading Friday before seeing those gains fall roughly in half. From 1:05 p.m. However, the EDT Carnival share was still up a good 3.5%. So what As Reuters reports this morning, Carnival plans to lay off 820 employees in Florida, and an …

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Coronavirus update: New outbreaks reported in states planning to reopen soon, while Trump suggests testing is “overrated”

The US death toll from coronavirus causing COVID-19 rose over 86,000 on Friday, as new outbreaks were reported in states where resident orders are set to expire and others that never forced them. Minnesota is due to lift-locking measures in mid-May, even as the falls continue to climb. Iowa, which did not implement restrictions on movement, registered an additional 386 …

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