Walmart, major US retailers are canceling orders as consumer demand plunges

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Walmart, Target and other major U.S. retailers are canceling billions of dollars in orders ahead of the coming holiday season as part of their aggressive actions to manage inventory excesses that have accumulated in the last few quarters. Analysts say this is a replay of a strategy used at the start of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic Continue reading

INFLATION FLIPPING: 7 strategies for acquiring items and services you need without breaking the bank

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Tune your internet survival frequency to Preparedness.news for updates on buying the right supplies for emergencies and being ready for more inflation and more supply chain issues. Now here’s a handy indoor gardening 101 instructional video that’s a must see. Check it out. Continue reading

IF GRAPHENE REACTS TO 4G LIKE THIS, IMAGINE WHAT 5G WILL DO — BOB KUDLA

Bob Kudla returns to SGT Report to discuss the hijacking of our economy by criminal banks, precious metals and cryptos, and then we turn our attention to startling video that will leave the vaxxed people praying that Graphene Oxide is NOT in the shots – and we conclude with some stunningly hopeful leaked audio coming out of Australia. Thanks for tuning in.

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Full analysis: Vaccines confirmed to be efficient extermination weapons… all human beings have the right to resist in self-defense

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Starting from today, the Situation Update podcast is being released in separate parts, and then also as a “full” show containing all the parts. This is based on listener feedback, as many listeners told us they wanted to make sure they don’t miss the parts of the show that are of greatest interest to them (such as the economy, or vaccines, or nutrition, etc.). Continue reading

The Hidden Toll of Shift Work

Important health news has uncovered a hidden cause of illness. A study in the “British Medical Journal” has shown that shift work is linked to a higher risk of major vascular problems, such as heart attacks and strokes.

We’ve long known that shift work throws the body’s internal clock (circadian rhythm) out of whack. And we know that disrupted sleep patterns then lead to a higher risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes. But as of yet, shift work’s link to vascular disease is controversial. Continue reading

Health Care Cost-Shifting Accelerated by Employers

Employers continue to boost employee deductibles, particularly for out-of-network services, as health care costs show no signs of easing, according to a survey released last week.

Twenty-two percent of employers imposed deductibles of at least $1,000 this year for in-network services for their health care plans that had the largest enrollment, up from 16 percent last year and just 8 percent in 2008, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Double that percentage of employers—44 percent—imposed deductibles of at least $1,000 for out-of-network services, up from 29 percent in 2010. As recently as 2008, only about 20 percent of employers imposed deductibles  Continue reading

Sleep Tight Every Night

In addition to food, water, and air, sleep is the one thing we truly can’t live without. But experts say more and more women are falling short on shut-eye, and staring at the ceiling all night isn’t just frustrating—it can also be life threatening. Studies show that one in six fatal car accidents are caused by sleep-deprived drivers, and according to the National Sleep Foundation (NSF), the 40 million Americans who now suffer from sleep disorders are at higher risk for a slew of serious health issues. Here, what’s behind the insomnia epidemic, plus fast-acting solutions for getting quality sleep.

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When Your Office Buddy Becomes Your Boss

(BEVERLY HILLS) – You have lunch together every day, grab an occasional drink after work, and have gotten each other through work-related crises. So wouldn’t it be strange if your office buddy became your new boss?

It’s more likely to happen in the current economic environment as hiring freezes force companies to promote from within, says Stephen Viscusi, a New York-based author and career consultant.
Meanwhile, employees are more willing to accept a new title even if it means doing two jobs for the price of one.

Becoming your friend’s subordinate may not be easy, but chances are he or she will be counting on your loyalty, Viscusi said. Still, the dynamic of your friendship at work will inevitably change.
“You may not want peers in the same department to even know you have a personal relationship,” Viscusi said. “It can get very sticky.”
Viscusi gives these rules for dealing with a friend you are now reporting to:

— Remember this is now your boss, and he has his own job on the line. Don’t flaunt your friendship or ask for special favors.

— Congratulate him or her first, then ask what you can do to make the job easier and transition faster.

— Let your friend, now your superior, take the lead on what his priorities are: your friendship, or the role of being boss.

— Hand over a copy of your resume. This would, of course, apply if the person is not your friend. But, often we are at a company for a long time, and even friends may not remember our experience. Having an up-to-date resume at all times helps people understand how you have grown. In this case, your friend may know your children’s birthdays and that your mother-in-law is a pain, but he or she may not know you have two master’s degrees and experience managing a team.

— If you notice a change in your friendship and still need and like your job, accept the change. New friends are far easier to come by today than new jobs.