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Employers that seek engaged employees need to look to themselves first: Are they leaders and managers employees can trust?
The Biden administration says the state’s arguments have no ‘plausible basis.’ The state argues that the Environmental Protection Agency violated the Alaska Statehood Act and a land exchange that meant to provide state-supporting revenues.
Signs of employee unhappiness show up every day in resignations, low productivity, voiced concerns and attitude issues.
Hawaiian had a precipitous drop in travel during the COVID-19 pandemic and still hasn’t recovered.
The future remains uncertain for Alaska’s companion fare, which offers cardholders the opportunity to book one ticket at $99 plus tax and fees annually when they are booking for themselves.
The deal could establish Honolulu and Seattle as an Alaska Airlines’ launch pad for new international markets, and could boost mileage redemption opportunities for Alaskans, observers said.
The $1.9 billion deal will combine two West Coast-based rivals.
The judge rejected requests from environmental groups to halt winter construction work for the massive Willow oil project on Alaska’s North Slope while the groups’ legal fight wages on.
Leaders of Alaska’s biggest gas and electric utilities say they don’t want to risk customer money to invest in uncertain drilling efforts, when imported LNG appears reliable and competitively priced.
A dozen parties have intervened, including the AARP and the chair of the Alaska Permanent Fund board of trustees, who is arguing as a residential ratepayer concerned about the utility’s financial practices.
The leader of the effort said concerns include inadequate pay and benefits.
Three companies are planning to build multiple express, conveyor-belt car washes in a city that only has one.
Gaslighters sabotage co-workers to undermine their co-workers’ confidence and status, increasing their own power and control, or eliminate rivals by painting them in a bad light.
The wind turbines are the first of their kind on the North Slope, the president of the Alaska Native-owned drilling company said.
Many shop owners are urging people to buy local this season, starting with Small Business Saturday. Growth in holiday spending is expected to slow from the previous year, said an Anchorage economic development official.
Kinross Gold, whose Fairbanks-area mine employs 700 people, says its Alaska investments have “extremely high” energy costs and carbon emissions compared to other projects in its portfolio.
Experts say the micro-reactor concept could be a good match to replace generators running on expensive, imported diesel in remote Alaska communities or at resource development projects like mines — not to mention for the military.
A South Anchorage pastry shop owner continues what her parents started more than 40 years ago.
The Bureau of Land Management is assessing the impacts of opening large areas of Alaska to new uses, including mineral extraction.
If you want to stop a manipulator, you need to change.
Some workers had trouble getting out of their neighborhoods or couldn’t take the bus to work, while others had to stay home watching children. In some cases, piled-up snow blocked parking for customers.
The closure comes after episodes of public intoxication and unruly behavior that raised concerns about staff safety, an owner said.
Alaska’s minimum wage will increase on Jan. 1 from $10.85 to $11.73 an hour, in accordance with a law put in place by a 2014 citizen initiative.