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Bright Talent Launches Bright Experience Live HR Help Desk and Consulting Services

Bright Experience helps companies elevate their candidate and employee experience by providing on-demand, concierge-level human resources services staffed by experienced HR professionals.

Pharmacist to Plead Guilty to Ruining Hundreds of Doses of COVID-19 Vaccine, DOJ Says

A Wisconsin man agreed to plead guilty Tuesday to tampering with doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in late December, federal prosecutors say.

Amazon Is Adding 3,000 Jobs in Boston, Including in AI, Finance, and HR, As It Continues Its Pandemic Hiring Spree

Amazon is rapidly expanding its corporate and tech workforce in Boston.

California Will Prioritize COVID-19 Vaccine by Age, Not Occupation, in Next Rounds

California officials said Monday they will be shifting who is prioritized in the next round of COVID-19 inoculations to focus on age rather than specific occupations considered higher risk.

New Human Resources Firm Launches in NKY

Current HR will serve regional markets in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana, and other markets in the Midwest and southeast.

Biden to Reinstate COVID-19-Related Travel Restrictions Lifted by Trump

President Joe Biden on Monday will reinstate the Covid-19 travel restrictions on non-US citizens who have been in Brazil, Ireland, the United Kingdom, and much of Europe, a White House official confirmed to CNN.

‘Healthy, Young’ Americans Will Likely Get COVID-19 Vaccine in Mid to Late Summer, Expert Says

With the US now tallying more than 25 million Covid-19 cases, experts say now is the time to double down on safety measures and speed up vaccine rollouts before a variant further surges infections.

Mexico’s President Says He’s Tested Positive for COVID-19

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19 and that the symptoms are mild.

Navigating the Paid Family and Medical Leave Act

Employers who voluntarily administer a leave program for their workers that provides equivalent (or more generous) benefits and protections can apply to the Department for an exemption to PFML.

CDC Director Says Federal Government Does Not Know How Much COVID Vaccine the U.S. Has

The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned Sunday that the federal government does not know how much coronavirus vaccine the nation has, a complication that adds to the already herculean task before the Biden administration.