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Target is downtown Minneapolis' largest employer, with more than 8,500 corporate employees. The company is working on a long-term model that will combine telecommuting with remote work, executives said.
The combined company will work with some of the largest health insurance firms.
A vast ecosystem of businesses and people who support office workers remains disrupted. For the people who come into their offices, the experience is strange on many levels.
Businesses and employees alike support the program, and it's one of the few economic stimulus tools about which Republicans and Democrats can agree. But so far, this deal-sweetener hasn't drawn more takers in Minnesota or elsewhere. The take-up rate nationally now hovers around 1%.
Raised in Fridley after his parents moved from their native Philippines, Castillejos had a winning smile that could disarm anyone.
UpWorks minister works with people fresh out of addiction treatment, prison or other residential care programs.
More than 924 COVID-19 cases this summer have been tied to two dozen bars and restaurants. The median age in those cases is between 23 and 24.
About one-sixth of the state's workforce are among the Americans whose immediate future is tied up in the battle about how to rescue the U.S. economy.
Requests for training from Minnesota Peacebuilding Leadership Institute have skyrocketed since the death of George Floyd.
Lawyers don't advise relying on waiver forms, but they're popping up amid the pandemic, asking customers not to sue if they get sick.