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Face mask requirements likely to return, health officials warn

With COVID infections rising again because of the Delta variant, some areas are already asking eateries to voluntarily require face coverings.

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More than half of nursing home and assisted-living operators say they had workers quit last year

Ninety-four percent of nursing home operators are facing staffing shortages, a new survey reveals.

Gus will appear at events across Metro Atlanta to offer prospective employees an opportunity to learn more about the district and apply for a job.

With mass vaccination programs underway, operators still face pandemic-related challenges.

The foodservice company lost up to 40% of its workforce at the height of COVID and now looks to fill a number of managerial positions.

An in-depth economic analysis shows nearly 1 million workers would be pulled out of poverty, but 1.4 million jobs would be eliminated.

Healthcare leaders are adopting many strategies to make sure staff members feel appreciated and accepted during this stressful year.

Matthew Osolin translates his culinary passion into crowd-pleasing dinners without overtaxing the kitchen.

These employees had been furloughed since March due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The pandemic has transformed foodservice, creating a space robots appear uniquely suited to fill.

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