Latest "Covid" stories
Fully remote work is associated with about 10% lower productivity than in-person work, according to Stanford’s Institute for Economic Policy and Research.
By Robert Weiner and Annie Cayer
The numbers issued Tuesday by the U.S. Small Business Administration inspector general are much greater than the office’s previous projections
The ruling upholds a preliminary injunction issued by a federal judge in January 2022. At that point, nearly 98% of covered employees had been vaccinated.
The Labor Dept. inspector general estimates that fraudsters may have stolen $45.6 billion from the unemployment insurance program during the pandemic.
By Carl Hammersburg
Hurricane Ian serves as a tragic reminder to federal and state leaders about the critical need to prepare for emergency disasters—before they arrive.
By Deborah Haywood