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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Employment 2021

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‘A new normal’: Local businesses reflect on proof of vaccination mandate

It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.

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In this impact issue, we examine the rights and realities of employees in the university and city, especially in light of an ongoing pandemic.
In this impact issue, we examine the rights and realities of employees in the university and city, especially in light of an ongoing pandemic.
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UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
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Even with a UC degree, a paralegal certificate and five years under my belt in the legal field, I feared “rocking the boat” and losing my job and my income.
Even with a UC degree, a paralegal certificate and five years under my belt in the legal field, I feared “rocking the boat” and losing my job and my income.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
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It has been more than a month since Berkeley implemented proof of COVID-19 vaccination requirements for indoor businesses, and local restaurants and gyms are slowly adjusting to the new normal.
featured article
In this impact issue, we examine the rights and realities of employees in the university and city, especially in light of an ongoing pandemic.
featured article
In this impact issue, we examine the rights and realities of employees in the university and city, especially in light of an ongoing pandemic.
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UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
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UC-AFT has called on UCOP to provide an updated contract to lecturers that will ensure job stability and improved compensation.
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Even with a UC degree, a paralegal certificate and five years under my belt in the legal field, I feared “rocking the boat” and losing my job and my income.
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Even with a UC degree, a paralegal certificate and five years under my belt in the legal field, I feared “rocking the boat” and losing my job and my income.
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Films depicting sex work have historically taken on a moralizing tone, with sex workers often occupying the center of tragedy — presumably because of the nature of their employment.
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Films depicting sex work have historically taken on a moralizing tone, with sex workers often occupying the center of tragedy — presumably because of the nature of their employment.
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While some economic success can be found in favoring the rich, the maintained application of dynamic pricing will continue to drive away the very people who have inspired their stories.
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While some economic success can be found in favoring the rich, the maintained application of dynamic pricing will continue to drive away the very people who have inspired their stories.
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The lack of diversity in the Haas undergraduate program shows a lack of regard for the social context that surrounds business and economics.
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The lack of diversity in the Haas undergraduate program shows a lack of regard for the social context that surrounds business and economics.
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In the wake of cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, strikes for higher graduate student wages, pay remains close to California minimum wage.
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In the wake of cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, strikes for higher graduate student wages, pay remains close to California minimum wage.
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Earlier this month, NWSL players spoke out against coach Paul Riley for sexual misconduct. Coaches were fired, games were canceled and protests took place. How long until women can feel safe in their respective sports?
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Earlier this month, NWSL players spoke out against coach Paul Riley for sexual misconduct. Coaches were fired, games were canceled and protests took place. How long until women can feel safe in their respective sports?
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Athletes are still not allowed to receive direct compensation from their colleges but can reap the benefits of their very own athletic talent.
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Athletes are still not allowed to receive direct compensation from their colleges but can reap the benefits of their very own athletic talent.
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