Electric vehicles; the big quit; homeless veterans; rethreaded
As the COVID-19 pandemic began, Jacksonville virtually shut down. Businesses closed up and most people started working from home. Fewer people on the road meant less polluted air. As life started to return to normalcy and people started going back to work, air quality worsened again. We take a look at how beneficial electric vehicles will be in the coming decade to reducing harmful pollutants.
- Brendan Rivers, lead reporter for WJCT News ADAPT.
- Ayurella Horn-Muller, freelance Journalist and correspondent for Climate Central.
The big quit
Four million workers left their jobs in April 2021, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Additionally, one in four workers plans to look for a new job after the pandemic, according to a Prudential study. We talked with Dr. Jack Wiley, who describes how “the big quit” is largely due to poor management. He goes into this further in his new book, "The Employee-Centric Manager: 8 Keys to People-Management Effectiveness."
Guest: Dr. Jack Wiley, award-winning organizational psychologist, CEO and author of a new book.
Housing homeless veterans
Guest: John Eaton, executive director of Care Connect +.
Guest: Kristen Keen, Rethreaded founder and CEO.