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Can employers make it mandatory for workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine?

As the COVID-19 vaccines move closer towards approval in the United States, some members of the workforce are asking if their employers will, or can, make vaccination against the novel virus mandatory. Find out what experts have to say on RADIO.COM.
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Robots, More Supervisors Could Be Part of the Tourism Industry's 'New Normal,' Professor Says

Hotels could be the future for new technology and automation. Rpbots and more supervisors could be part of the tourism industry’s ‘new normal.’
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Working Longer Hours Doesn’t Make You More Productive; Here’s How To Do More By Working Less

There are many in America who are working more than the standard 40-hour work week. For some, they feel defined by their work; being able to say that they work all the time has become a badge of honor . While there’s a great amount of pride in working hard, it seems there is a limit to how long we’...
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People Over 40 Shouldn’t Work More Than 3 Days A Week According To Researchers

Go ahead and forward this article to your boss. A study published in Melbourne Institute Worker Paper says that people over the age of 40 are most productive when they work 3 days or less per week. Researchers tested the cognitive skills and analyzed the work habits of 3,000 men and 3,500 women...
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88% Of Americans Are Happy At Their Current Job

So despite the fact that it seems like everyone is always complaining about how horrible their job is, a new survey says quite the contrary. The found that 88% of people say that they’re happy at their job. Millennials are the generation that’s least happy at work; 17% say their job makes them...
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We Keep Our Salary A Secret

Why are people so secretive about their salaries? As a matter of fact, a study found that people are willing to PAY to keep their salarly a secret. We also talk to our coworker, Josh Parcell from WFNZ, who had an encounter from hell with a "HamFan" who threatened to call the police on him during...
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Job Hunting In The Digital Age: Getting Hired Using Social Media

From recent grads to Baby Boomers looking for their next opportunity, there are plenty of people hunting for jobs right now. The basics of finding employment haven't changed, but the digital age presents some interesting ways to get information about openings and to get the attention of hiring...
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80% Of Hiring Managers Say One Simple Gesture Increases Your Chances Of Getting The Job

So you’ve spent hours perfecting that resumé and finally landed that interview. You met with the manager and everything went well...now what? Over 300 HR managers were surveyed and 80% of them say that sending a follow-up email or thank-you note increases your chances of getting hired. However,...
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The Best Jobs In America In 2018

The U.S. News and World Report has released its annual list of the best jobs in America, and it’s never been a better time to be a lover of technology. The list compares jobs based on pay, demand, growth potential and overall work/life balance, and Software Developer comes out as America’s top job...
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And the 10 Worst Jobs for 2017 Are?

Did your career of choice make this dreaded list? Every year the list of the worst jobs in America comes out and I cringe because I always see broadcasters of some form on the list. This year, there are a few different types of broadcasters on the list. So how does a job make this crappy list ? The...
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