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#Coronavirus crisis: Renault to lay off 150,000 employees globally

Amazon hired 175,000 temporary workers at the start of the coronavirus crisis to keep pace with the online shopping spike. Now the company says it will convert 125,000 people to permanent employees.

Getting through the coronavirus crisis is tough for everyone. But there are particular challenges for older and medically vulnerable employees who must start showing up at work. Learn more in the latest edition of our business newsletter:

#Coronavirus crisis: Nokia closes Tamil Nadu plant after 42 employees test positive

#Coronavirus crisis: Nokia closes Tamil Nadu plant after 42 employees test positive

Cab aggregator Uber India has announced its decision to lay off about 600 employees due to the coronavirus crisis which has adversely impacted its services. Read More: #coronavirus  #Uber  #Cabs 

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Employees of a major group of French nursing homes on Monday took part in protests across France to call for better pay amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Uber India Lays Off 600 Employees as Coronavirus Crisis Batters Revenues of Cab Aggregators crisis #uber  #coronavirus  #coronaviruscrisis 

Employees of a major group of French nursing homes on Monday took part in protests across France to call for better pay amid the coronavirus crisis.

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Rwanda’s RwandAir will cut the salaries of its lowest paid employees by 8% and by 65% for its top earners as it seeks to survive the coronavirus crisis, an internal memo seen by Reuters on Sunday showed.

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Tim Boyle, president and CEO of Columbia Sportswear Company, is cutting his salary to $10,000 to keep his employees paid during the coronavirus crisis.

This N.J. restauranteur took out a 50K credit line to pay his employees during coronavirus crisis. Buy his pizza!

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Boeing is offering employees buyouts as its CEO said it will take years for the airlines and aerospace industry to recover from the coronavirus crisis.

San Antonio-based@HEB  has been a steady presence amid the coronavirus pandemic. @dansolomon  spoke with employees, executives, and customers to better understand—in their words—how H-E-B shaped its business around the needs of Texans during a crisis.

Whole Foods workers are staging a nationwide "sick-out" on Tuesday. They're demanding paid leave for all workers who stay home or self-quarantine during the crisis, free coronavirus testing for all employees, and hazard pay.

In a letter to employees, United Airlines says it will slash its capacity by half in April and May due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus crisis.

In a letter to employees, United Airlines says it will slash its capacity by half in April and May due to the ongoing impact of the coronavirus crisis.

New story from me: @CBSNews  is experiencing the coronavirus crisis at home while covering it around the world. Four employees have tested positive & others have self-quarantined. Here's a look inside the news division...

CBS News is experiencing the coronavirus crisis at home while covering it in real time. Four employees have fallen ill and the news division's New York offices are almost entirely closed

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