The pandemic has left our industry facing some cold, hard facts. In January, 8% of restaurant operators rated the recruitment and retention of workforce as their top challenge; by May, that figure had risen to 72%.
Have unemployment benefits encouraged workers to stay home or are there other forces at play? Plus, Jennifer Wagner and Christine Emba explore the new choices in the post-pandemic workplace. And Abdul Hakim-Shabazz issues a call to action to address the city’s murder rate.
In the end, there’s one way to know for sure whether we are in the midst of a labor shortage, and that is through wage growth.
While some might see empty office buildings as bleak reminders of the pandemic, we should see them as canvasses on which to experiment.
Although USPSTF recommendations are felt to be the gold standards for prevention, the group’s policies for aspirin are rapidly becoming out of date.
More than three decades of data and Indiana’s own experience demonstrate that these programs work.
Markets are not magic, but they beat a system that responds to political cues rather than economic truths everywhere it has been tried.
My excitement about my new job makes me feel as young as I was when I landed my first one.
Letting people know you are interested in them matters, and technology is no substitute.
When we focus on how a shorter workweek will make us better employees, we’re making the wrong argument to our bosses and ourselves.
The current discussion on CRT seems designed to shut down an emerging conversation on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Sadly, philanthropy and American foundations have failed in their quest to be more inclusive when it comes to Muslim-led not-for-profits.
We are in a state where the civic literacy index is deemed to be low, voter turnout is disappointing, and ‘Indiana Week in Review’ is a trusted source for information that the public needs.
Critical questions about the failures on the part of the FBI, the Capitol police, the Defense Department and others must be answered.
Instead of working on ideas and solutions to improve the lives of Hoosiers, the Indiana Republican Party would rather just take us to court.
Women are expected to conform to gender norms as warm nurturers, even as they break the mold.
Gerrymandering has allowed a modest-sized majority to convert itself to a supermajority.
If what Biden wants is opportunity for every American, government policy should aim to encourage economic growth.
Had someone had better aim, or had Indianapolis not had a really good medical infrastructure, our murder numbers would be a lot higher.
“For example, don’t believe everything everyone tells you. Do your homework on important issues.”
I believe the solution lies in two secure and viable states, sharing Jerusalem.
It is not antisemitic to criticize Israeli policies or to express solidarity with the cause of Palestinian rights.
Public health officials have never relied on people to act responsibly or prudently. That’s why we have public health regulations.