Commercial fishing has historically been one of the most dangerous industries in the state, but in recent years the industry has seen improved gear, changes in fisheries management and new regulations.
Rewards, bonuses, and incentives are used heavily in American workplaces to achieve performance targets, but this focus can lead to ethical lapses, research shows.
The sale was required in this year’s Inflation Reduction Act. An industry group said it could lead to oil and natural gas the world still needs. A conservation group said it will threaten wildlife and the climate.
Workplace advice: Employers need to evaluate whether they pay a living wage and whether they’re offering employees enough work shift flexibility.
Families could, for example, buy a panel in a solar farm, helping lower their future electric costs as their investment is paid off.
Starlink’s service is one of several efforts underway that could help close the state’s digital divide. The federal government has also committed to spending more than $700 million in a separate effort.
A new lawsuit pits three regional corporations against three others, in a case that could jeopardize a pact that’s guided the distribution of more than $2.5 billion.
Workplace advice: One could feel sorry for Musk — except Twitter’s crises resulted in part from Musk’s own “I wing it” actions.
Experts are pointing to concerns linked to Alaska’s already fragile supply chain, as well another grocery merger in Alaska in 1999 that resulted in store closures.
Anchorage’s major home heating and electric utilities have hired consultants to examine imports of liquefied natural gas
Most industries posted gains compared to October 2021, the report said.
Alaska has been “at or near the bottom” nationally in four key measures of economic health, according to the report from the University of Alaska Center for Economic Development.
The new agreement, which starts in 2023, has the potential to attract more customers by providing easy connectivity to Hawaii destinations, especially those that were not originally served by Alaska.
Workplace advice: Managers need to learn how to assess employee productivity by focusing on results, not activities.
Plus: McGinley’s Pub will return in a new form.
The total commercial harvest of all salmon species was 160.7 million fish, a little less than the long-term average of 167 million.
The third-quarter announcement comes amid criticism, including from President Joe Biden, that companies are making outsized profits while gasoline prices are high.
Workplace advice: Alaska’s state budget includes $32.9 million to support increased wages for personal care attendants. Of this, over half comes from federal funds.
GOP lawmakers plan to conduct oversight of Wall Street’s policies on ESG. Firms say it makes money for investors and reduces risk.
The lawsuit is among the first targeting the proposed merger, which would combine the two of the nation’s largest grocers into a single corporation.
Starting this week, job-seekers in New York City will have access to a key piece of information: how much money they can expect to earn for an advertised opening.
Workplace advice: The answer involves laying out the results outcomes you need to see specifically, positively, objectively and measurably.
The retail sector shrunk, customers turned away from high-end brands and the future of the mall as most people know it isn’t clear.