INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Here’s a look at the headlines on Wednesday.
Taco Bell increases the perks as a labor shortage hinders recovery efforts.
Taco Bell on Tuesday announced plans to hire 5,000 people at around 2,000 Taco Bells across the country on April 21.
It struggles to attract managers even though the unemployment rate is low.
Managers are now offered four weeks of annual leave, eight weeks of paid maternity leave and four weeks of “baby retention” for new parents and legal guardians.
A new study by global human resources company Robert Half shows that roughly one in three professionals currently working from home due to the pandemic would be looking for a new job if they had to be in the office full-time.
Almost half of all employees surveyed say they prefer a hybrid work arrangement where they can split the time between the office and another location.
Facebook said a massive leak was due to an issue in 2019 that has since been fixed. Even so, there is no scratching back on this data.
A third party website, HaveIbeenPwned.com, makes it easy to verify by entering your email address. At the moment it is only checked whether your email was among the stolen.
Although 533 million Facebook accounts were involved in the breach, only 25 million emails contained emails in the stolen data.
JetBlue says it will offer live sports streaming on transatlantic flights.
It also boosts the food and other amenities when traveling overseas.
Free high-speed WiFi is available for the entire trip across the Atlantic.