– The New York Times
A restaurant with Black employees is prioritizing its workers’ mental health as they navigate the coronavirus and the protests against racial injustice.
– The New Yorker
A basic-income program in Stockton, California, is moving into its final stretch, and requests for advice from programs in development in other cities are flooding in.
Cashless transactions have spiked as company policies and consumer habits shift. But protections for people without bank and credit access haven’t kept up.
– The Washington Post
Skeptical that university degrees are the best measure of whether candidates have the skills they need, employers were already looking for ways applicants could prove themselves – including in fields where that was not previously required.