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The company said its revenue rose by sixfold, its workforce tripled to more than 150 people and the number of lenders on its platform doubled over the past year.MotoRefi raises $10M to keep pedal on auto refinancing growth|Kirsten Korosec|January 22, 2021|TechCrunch
The Labor Department investigator concluded that the company was violating federal law and cheating its workforce.All a Gig-Economy Pioneer Had to Do Was “Politely Disagree” It Was Violating Federal Law and the Labor Department Walked Away|by Ken Armstrong, Justin Elliott and Ariana Tobin|January 22, 2021|ProPublica
They often also went to libraries or workforce centers to search for jobs online.
Anticipating that the remote working trend will stick even if the virus is eliminated, TripActions CEO Ariel Cohen says the company anticipates more group travel as diasporic workforces look to meet up quarterly or weekly.
Slowly, they’re looking to increase female participation in the workforce — it has risen from 11 percent to nearly 18 percent over the past decade in the UAE, and more marginally in Saudi Arabia, according to the World Bank.Smell the Coffee: Middle East Women Brew Silent Revolution|Charu Kasturi|January 18, 2021|Ozy
By the end of the construction period, the number of deaths had reached roughly twenty percent of the workforce.
Brennan is expected to address the CIA workforce at headquarters on Tuesday.
This workforce is being legalized at a time of unusual economic distress for the working class.Legal but Still Poor: The Economic Consequences of Amnesty|Joel Kotkin|November 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Companies are also intolerant of violence in the workplace because it undermines workforce stability and hampers productivity.
Informal workers make up over half the workforce in much of urban African.
Officially, in excess of one third of the workforce is unemployed.
But literacy projected its characteristics onto the entire activity, thus making a literate workforce desirable.
Schools used to be able to prepare students to find their place in the workforce even before graduation.
Others were drained of almost one half of the growth in their educated workforce (for instance, Israel during the 1980s).
With cheap, educated workforce – they can monopolize basic data processing and telecommunications functions worldwide.