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These scales have expanded the number and kinds of expertise thought of essential for house cooking and have proven that each cooking and food skills are important for shaping dietary intake . When your body feels healthier, you’re feeling happier—inside and out.Studies have additionally proven that if you often put together home-cooked meals, you’re also extra prone to make healthier selections on these occasions whenever you do eat out.

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Austin hotel association hosts food drive for industry employees

AUSTIN (KXAN) — A food drive to help employees of hotels — who have been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic — was held Tuesday afternoon.

The Austin Hotel & Lodging Association and the Austin Concierge & Guest Services Association held a drive-thru food drive for hotel industry employees Tuesday (KXAN/Frank Martinez)

The drive was held at the Omni Southpark Hotel located at 4140 Governors Row as part of its

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FinMin announces Travel cash voucher, special festival advance schemes for government employees

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FinMin announces Travel cash voucher, special festival advance schemes for government employees

In an attempt to stimulate demand and boost consumer spending ahead of the upcoming festive season, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday announced a Travel (LTC) cash voucher and special festival advance schemes for government employees.

“Indications are that savings of govt. and organized sector employees have increased, we want to incentivize such

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CA Lottery employees must pay back mileage, travel expenses


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A group of California State Lottery employees got letters in the mail last week saying they were overpaid for mileage, lodging and other expenses and have to pay the money back.

The lottery is recouping improper expense payments to employees based on the findings of a State Controller’s Office audit from April of last year, lottery spokesman Jorge DeLaCruz said in an email.

The audit

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Rockets player Russell Westbrook leaves $8,000 tip for NBA bubble hotel employees

It’s not every day hotel housekeeping staff gets an $8,000 tip.

Houston Rockets player Russell Westbrook reportedly left this sizeable gratuity for hotel housekeeping before he departed Disney World’s Grand Floridian Hotel, the site of the NBA bubble.

According to Dallas Morning News reporter Brad Townsend, Westbrook left the staff with a spotless room, and an $8,000 tip.

ROCKETS STREAK COMES TO A HALT: Lakers knock out Rockets in

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Southwest Isn’t Like Other Airlines. It Wants Employees to Take Pay Cuts.

Southwest Airlines

is asking employees to accept wage cuts after the government paycheck protection program grants ran out.

Southwest’s approach is a little different than peers. United Airlines and

American Airlines

have announced plans to furlough 16,000 and 19,000 employees, respectively.

Southwest’s announcement shouldn’t

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Southwest Airlines Wants Employees To Take Pay Cuts To Avoid Layoffs


  • Salaries, wages and benefits are Southwest’s largest cost
  • Southwest wants to keep layoffs as the “last resort”
  • Board of directors will take a pay cut until end of 2021

Southwest Airlines (LUV) CEO Gary Kelly said the airline will be able to avoid furloughs and job losses at least through 2021 if union workers agreed to pay cuts, after the government’s payroll protection plan for the airline industry

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More than 1,800 state employees have contracted COVID-19

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Gov. Mike Parson plans to resume public appearances this week after nearly two weeks of isolation because of a positive COVID-19 test, and will debate his Democratic challenger as planned on Friday, his office said.

The governor and his wife, Teresa, tested positive on Sept. 23. Neither developed serious symptoms and they announced Sunday that doctors had cleared them to return to work.

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Rick Steves’ Travel Empire Is on Hold so He’s Paying His Employees to Serve Their Communities

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Rick Steves’ Europe

Rick Steves, the famed travel guru, isn’t letting the coronavirus pandemic stop him or his employees from continuing to earn a paycheck. Though, not in the way that you think.

As NBC affiliate station King5 reported, Steves currently employees 100 people as part of his travel media empire. Throughout the pandemic, most of the normal parts of his business have remained

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Alaska Airlines to furlough or lay off more employees as COVID-19 grips travel industry

As federal aid for airlines runs out and negotiations over more coronavirus relief stall, Alaska Airlines has begun cutting nearly 450 more flight attendants and other employees from its payroll while borrowing $1.3 billion from the U.S. Treasury.

The furloughs, first reported by online aviation magazine The Points Guy, were hardly unexpected. In June, Seattle-based Alaska announced it would begin slashing 3,000 jobs from its 23,000-person workforce starting at the

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University of Hawaii to slash salaries of 216 executive, managerial employees due to budget shortfall

The University of Hawaii today announced salary reductions for 216 executive-managerial employees, effective Nov. 1, in preparation for a significant budget shortfall caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

UH President David Lassner has directed a salary reduction of 9.23% for all executive-managerial employees. Any remaining portion of salaries above $200,000 will be reduced by 11%.

Lassner volunteered to reduce his own total compensation of $395,004 by 20%.

“This is not related

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Fishers’ proposed 2021 budget includes raises for employees, $37M in cash reserves

Fishers’ proposed 2021 budget includes pay raises for city employees and elected officials thanks to a higher than estimated haul from personal income tax collections.

How Fishers is growing and changing



Government workers and city leaders will get a 3% pay raise and the city will hire two police department employees and one firefighter, under the $117.5 million proposal by Mayor Scott Fadness.


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Hotel student housing is saving both the college experience and hotel employees’ jobs

When University of Pittsburgh senior Stana Topich returned to campus in early August amid the coronavirus pandemic, it wasn’t to the 19-story freshman dorms where she had expected to close out her college experience as a resident assistant (RA). Instead, she moved into the Residence Inn Pittsburgh Oakland/University Place, a newly renovated three-star hotel with an indoor pool and stylish suites.

Along with two nearby hotels, the property is exclusively

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Daily Suburban Services to be Increased From Sept 21; Bank Employees Allowed to Travel in Locals

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New Delhi: In a bid to maintain social distancing following the COVID-19 pandemic, the Western Railway has decided to increase the number of daily special suburban services in Mumbai from 350 to 500 from Monday, September 21. In a statement, the Western Railway also urged the essential category staff as per identified by the state government to follow
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74% of hotels will lay off more employees without further aid

As devastated industries wait for Congress to pass another round of COVID-19 recovery legislation, a new survey of American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) members shows that the hotel industry remains on the brink of collapse because of the pandemic. Results show 68 percent of hotels have less than half of their typical, pre-crisis staff working full time, and without further governmental assistance, 74 percent of respondents said they would

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Hotels may have to lay off more employees amid COVID-19, per survey


The Federal Reserve has lowered interest rates over the past few months. Here’s how their actions affect you.


Nearly three-quarters of hotels will have to lay off more employees than they already have during the coronavirus pandemic if they don’t receive additional government funding, according to a new survey.

Seventy-four percent of respondents to an American Hotel & Lodging Association survey of its members said they would

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