CLOSE Telework has life-changing benefits but it also has its downsides because your days can become repetitive, which can lead to disengagement and burnout. Buzz60 It’s not just you. The workday working from home during the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t just feel longer. For many of us, it actually is longer. […]

For much of the past year, the phrase “return to normalcy” has been ingrained into our heads. What will it look like, feel like and — a pressing concern amid the ability of COVID-19 to strip us of our core senses — taste like? In Southern California, one of the […]

A global pandemic that fell disproportionately on low-income Americans is likely to lead to a recovery that will leave communities heavy on those same workers struggling to keep up. A new analysis of projected job growth over the next decade shows growth slowing over the next decade among workers in […]

Feb 3, 2021 – 2:32 PM ET Super Bowl LV is the biggest “public” betting event on the calendar for sportsbooks, which means a wave of first-time and recreation bettors driving the action, rather than wiseguys and professional gamblers. That influx of public money has many people looking to risk […]

The city of Long Beach this week expanded distribution of COVID-19 vaccines to food workers, the first group of essential workers in Los Angeles County outside the healthcare industry to be offered the critical shots. Those eligible include grocery store and restaurant workers who live or work in Long Beach. […]

Welcome to Las Vegas sign in Nevada Since the coronavirus pandemic began in March 2020, the hospitality industry has seen tremendous losses totaling double that of any other industry. According to the Bureau of Labor statistics, employment in the leisure and hospitality industry has dropped by 23.2% since February of […]

In this photo provided by Siena College, Siena’s Manny Camper, top, goes to the basket against Monmouth during an NCAA college basketball game Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, in Loudonville, N.Y. Siena College finally began its men’s basketball season on Sunday against Monmouth, 298 days after its last game. The Saints, […]

The US women’s national team players have reached an agreement with the US Soccer Federation (USSF) over equal working conditions with the men’s team.  The World Cup winners were seeking the same conditions as the men in areas including travel, hotel accommodation, staff support and the right to play on grass rather than […]

Students in Bay Area Children’s Theatre’s Advanced Performers program triumphed over the constraints of the pandemic to wow the judges at this year’s Junior Theatre Festival Australia. BACT’s Advanced Performers-6th to 12th graders from Alameda, Berkeley, Livermore, Oakland, Orinda, Pleasanton, and San Ramon-learned their routines online, recorded their parts individually […]

Lengthy early voting lines in Michigan and two stops by President Donald Trump on Monday marked the eve of a pivotal election that will cement the path of the nation for the next four years. Trump won the state by 10,704 votes in 2016, his closest margin of victory nationally. But […]