– Data Covid-19 USA – But the justices allowed a vaccination requirement for health care workers at facilities that receive federal money.
– Data Covid-19 USA – Government data for November shows the continuing disruption of the coronavirus in the labor market.
Employers reported adding 210,000 jobs, the year’s weakest showing, but there were also bright spots. The mixed picture complicated policy prospects.
Nearly a million workers quit in the leisure and hospitality industry alone, reflecting the competition for workers after pandemic-induced shutdowns.
Employers added 531,000 jobs in October, a big improvement from the previous month and a sign of optimism as the latest coronavirus surge eases.
The new guidance will cover 84 million workers, who will be required to be fully vaccinated or undergo weekly testing.
We’re answering your questions about the new OSHA rules for employers with 100 or more workers. This F.A.Q. was last updated at 2 p.m.
The increase, a cost-of-living adjustment that applies to about 70 million Americans, comes as consumer prices have jumped sharply.
The Labor Department’s latest monthly survey was taken when the variant was near its peak.
The Labor Department report indicates that the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of the coronavirus has hampered hiring.
- 24-Stunden-Pflege: Unbezahlbar und unrechtmäßig? Das Bundesarbeitsgericht hat entschieden, dass Pflegekräften aus Osteuropa der Mindestlohn auch in Bereitschaftszeiten zusteht. Viele Pflegebedürftige befürchten, dass das System der 24-Stunden-Pflege vor dem Aus steht.