Melissa in the Morning: Location Tracking Woes

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Melissa in the Morning: Location Tracking Woes

Connecticut is receiving a small piece of the 391-million-dollar settlement between Google and 40 states across the country.  Connecticut’s share of the settlement is six and a half million-dollars. Our social media consultant, Krista Carnes, shared perspective on why location tracking is such a problem and how to shut it off. ((00:00))

Julie on the Job: According to Business Insider, Chick-fil-A recently tried out a three-day workweek at one of its franchises and it resulted in 100% employee retention at the manager level and a flood of new applicants. Is this a good idea and could it work for other industries? ((14:33))

A group of medical organizations warned the President that hospital emergency departments were reaching a “breaking point” as they deal with influxes of patients seeking beds that are not available. What is causing this overcrowding at our hospitals? And what can be done to fix it? Paul Seegert returned to the show to share perspective on the problem. ((27:10))

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