Roswell school district paying bonus for online teaching

ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) – A southeast New Mexico district is seeing an increase in the number of students who have decided to learn from home instead of coming to school because of COVID-19. This has added work to certain teachers. The Roswell Independent School District has approved an incentive to pay 21 teachers who are teaching, […] | Local News from KRQE News 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Small minority-owned businesses asking Congress for equality

COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Post-pandemic economic recovery is tough for small businesses, tougher for minority-owned businesses, and a steep climb for those owned by women of color. Goldman Sachs surveyed 10,000 small business owners and learned minority businesses are calling employees back at a slower rate, have less in cash reserves, and only 20 percent of […]

USA: Three reasons there’s a labor shortage… according to Labor Secretary Marty Walsh

Juliana Kaplan – Oct 10, 2021 – Business Insider There are currently anecdotal labor shortages all over the economy, as employers scramble for workers. It’s another marker of the strange labor market trend where millions are unemployed, but workers are quitting in droves. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh attributes shortages to the virus, its unprecedented times,…