About 3 years ago

12/11/2019 - Half Of U.S. Employers Make Workers Promise To Never “Compete”

-CBS News
Half of U.S. businesses ask at least some of their workers to sign so-called noncompete agreements, which limit where or for whom they can work in the future, according to a study published by the Economic Policy Institute, a liberal-leaning think tank.
– The Wall Street Journal
Retail giant’s HR chief discusses the rise of technology jobs and lessons learned from retraining workers.
The 2018 election was hailed as “Year of the Woman” as women ran for office and voted in record numbers, many of them Democrats furious about the election of President Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton. Approaching 2020, that wave doesn’t appear to be slowing down.
– The Atlantic
How retailers hide the costs of delivery – and why we’re such suckers for their ploys.