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  2. Kroger ending some COVID-19 benefits for unvaccinated staff

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    Kroger, the country's biggest traditional grocery chain, is ending some benefits for unvaccinated workers as big employers attempt to compel more of their workforce to become vaccinated with cases ...

  3. Permatemp - Wikipedia

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    These employees often do the same work as permanent employees, but without the same pay, benefits, and labor rights. The second kind of permatemp is an employee of a staffing service provider, payroll agency or Professional Employer Organization, which sends workers to work in a long-term, on-site position for a private company or public employer.

  4. Blue Prism - Wikipedia

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    Blue Prism is the trading name of the Blue Prism Group plc, a British multinational software corporation that pioneered and makes enterprise robotic process automation (RPA) software that provides a digital workforce designed to automate complex, end-to-end operational activities.

  5. Google - Wikipedia

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    As of September 30, 2020, Alphabet Inc. had 132,121 employees, of which more than 100,000 worked for Google. Google's 2020 diversity report states that 32 percent of its workforce are women and 68 percent are men, with the ethnicity of its workforce being predominantly white (51.7%) and Asian (41.9%).

  6. Economy of Iran - Wikipedia

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    Employees between the age of 18 and 65 years are covered by the social security system with financing shared between the employee (7% of salary), the employer (20–23%) and the state, which in turn supplements the employer contribution up to 3%.

  7. California approaches pandemic record for all hospitalizations

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    Last week, California averaged 52,000 hospital patients daily, just under the 55,000 hospitalized for all reasons during last winter's COVID-19 surge.

  8. Merger of Sprint Corporation and T-Mobile US - Wikipedia

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    Sprint Corporation and T-Mobile US merged in 2020 in an all shares deal for $26 billion. The deal was announced on April 29, 2018. After a two-year-long approval process the merger closed on April 1, 2020, with T-Mobile emerging as the surviving brand.

  9. Random House - Wikipedia

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    By October of that year, Doubleday, a division of Random House announced that they would lay off 16 people or about 10% of its workforce. In early December, what became known as Black Wednesday in publishing circles, many publishers including Random House took steps by restructuring their divisions and laying off employees.