Monthly Archives: September 2021

“What does remote work look like”

Time is running out for the decade. With less than 20 days from the end, it makes us reflect on the paths of the various economic sectors in the United States. And no industry has known a more tumultuous time than Big Tech. Much has changed in ten years. For …

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Central England Co-op blocks fuel for rescuers

The distributor hopes to extend the offer to all of its service stations as soon as possible. // Central England Cooperative blocks fuel supplies for rescuers amid panic buying // Points of sale where fuel is reserved for rescuers will display dedicated posters on site as supplies become available Central …

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Colombia: New law on remote work enacted

Law 2121 provided the main requirements for remote work as follows: The modalities of remote work must be agreed by the parties. The contract can be carried out using existing or new technologies, and any other means allowing employees to perform their functions remotely. The remote working method will apply …

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Mental Health Support in 3 W.Va. County School Systems

The coronavirus pandemic has forced millions of students around the world into distance and virtual learning. But studies now show that it has caused significant negative impacts on the mental well-being of students. Three West Virginia County school systems and their education partners are receiving hundreds of thousands of federal …

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Remote work drives demand for vacation homes

Demand for vacation homes in August fell 19.3% year-on-year, marking the third consecutive month of decline while demand for primary homes fell 1%, its second month of decline. According to Lily Katz, data reporter at Redfin, just because the numbers are down year over year, it’s important to note that …

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