Rubicon Bakers in Richmond, Calif., gives job seekers a second chance, whether they have a criminal record, have a history of addiction or are homeless. A nonprofit created the bakery as a job-training initiative more than 25 years ago, but the bakery was sold and turned into a for-profit business about 10 years ago.
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A proposal to raise pay for Denver teachers would give first-year teachers an 8% increase to $45,000 annually. A contract expires next month, and teachers plan to strike if an agreement is not reached.
If you know your team will be short a key player for a while, prepare by assigning those tasks to people who'd appreciate new responsibility, writes Naphtali Hoff. Clarify exactly what's expected, focusing only on the core tasks to avoid overloading the people stepping up, he explains.
Job candidates interviewing with Tesla CEO Elon Musk have been asked not to wear potent perfume or cologne because of his heightened sense of smell. Musk is quirky, but some of his quirks have drawn backlash, such as his expectation that employees work more than 40 hours per week.