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Will Hazard Pay Be Government-Mandated?

New hazard pay ordinances in California and Seattle mark the first time such policies have been government-mandated, rather than government-funded or voluntarily employer-provided, says new study from Brookings Institution.

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What the Industry Learned When the Supply Chain Caught COVID

Complex businesses built for slow growth were overwhelmed by sudden demand, FMI panelists say, bringing new urgency for simplicity and collaboration.

In her president’s remarks, Leslie Sarasin shares her perspective on where the food industry stands and where it can go from here.

The retailer said it's ready to support mass distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, including in rural and underserved areas where it already is a go-to.

In the struggle to keep workers and shoppers healthy, and stores safe and in-stock, retailers and supply partners such as Giant and Nestle demonstrated a model for the future of work, an FMI Midwinter Conference event demonstrated.

The chief executive shares perspective on making e-commerce more profitable, training during a pandemic and where the company won't get caught short again.

The discounter said nearly 80% of workers intend to get pandemic vaccine as soon as it is available.

Dollar General and Instacart are offering time off or pay for workers to get vaccines—but they aren’t necessarily requiring it.

The Lempert Report: Poll finds consumers are drinking more during the pandemic—and sometimes during the workday.

The digital retailer delivered on speed, price and quality, overtaking H-E-B and Trader Joe's, the annual survey showed.

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