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Detective Eric Knudson won’t face discipline for shooting Leslie Furcron based in part on ‘absence of any significant violation of Department policies’

U.S. health advisers have endorsed a one-dose COVID-19 vaccine from Johnson & Johnson that’s expected to provide an easier-to-use option to fight the pandemic

Plea deal returns $210 million in public school dollars to California, district attorney says

The myth of the absentee Black father really needs to die, and the so-called “flaws of Black families” are not the reason our communities and children continue to be shortchanged

Environmental health advocates say monitoring air quality at a community level allows for accurate representation, equity in emissions reduction efforts

The San Diego Padres spring training is in full swing under the bright sun of Peoria, Arizona. The Padres have added a number of star players this offseason including Blake Snell, Joe Musgrove, Yu Darvish and Ha-seong Kim. Fernando Tatis Jr. signed a 14-year $340 million deal this week.

National politics

After ex-President Trump’s baseless claims of voting fraud, Republican lawmakers across the U.S. push to change election rules. Arizona leads the way

(Washington Memo) WASHINGTON — Neera Tanden, you might have heard, has a Twitter problem.

WASHINGTON - The Federal Communications Commission late Thursday finalized a $3.2 billion program that will provide a monthly discount to millions of cash-starved Americans struggling to pay their Internet bills - the country’s most ambitious effort yet to close the digital divide amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Unemployed who turned down jobs will have to state under penalty of perjury that prospective employers didn’t meet guidelines on mask-wearing or protective equipment

Coronavirus

In a bid to vaccinate 1.9 million San Diegans against COVID-19 by July, the county and local health systems have launched immunization sites throughout the region. Check out this map to find the location nearest you and schedule an appointment.

You’ll find this FAQ embedded in many of our coronavirus-related stories going forward. We’ll add updates as new information comes in

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Friday, Feb. 26

San Diego News Fix
The Biden administration is now allowing some asylum seekers to wait for their court cases here in the United States. Reporter Kate Morrissey explains.

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To help local businesses and workers recover from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Union-Tribune invites you to list your business free of charge.

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See more editorial cartoons from Steve Breen here.

Racial Justice Commentary

San Diego Padres Tommy Pham walks off the field after a spring training practice on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021 in Peoria, AZ.

Images from Union-Tribune staff and contributing freelance photographers

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The Biden administration has started processing small groups of asylum seekers from the ‘Remain in Mexico’ program, but thousands of others hoping for refuge are not yet able to come

Scientists and students from the Autonomous University of Baja California have been offering free COVID-19 testing to better understand infection rates south of the border

The border with Mexico extends well beyond the desert. Tighter enforcement on land has driven record numbers of migrants to attempt dangerous crossings by water.

Some asylum seekers kept waiting across the border by Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy will be allowed to enter the U.S. while awaiting court dates

Ballast Point will be hosting an expanded Victory at Sea Days celebration from Feb. 28 through March 7

Plus, Reda’s Ethiopian Vegan Cuisine opens as delivery-only restaurant, operating as a “ghost kitchen” concept

Chef Michael Mina and Ayesha Curry’s restaurant in the Del Mar area reopened for patio dining on Feb. 4

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HR Data Solutions Inc is Creating a New Data-driven Vocabulary Around Corporate Culture

Data Science for HR is taking a giant leap forward

HR Data Solutions announces the general availability of its SaaS platform which brings analytics to your people processes.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Park City, Utah, June 15, 2020: HR Data Solutions today announced the public availability of its HR Analytics platform for HR processes. The general release of the platform is the first step for many customers in their journey to improve their HR hiring and cultural development. HR Data Solutions helps companies clarify their cultural blueprint using advanced machine learning and then deploy their findings into the hiring process in a living, evolving model.

“It is thrilling to finally be able to help other companies solve the same issues we have been solving in-house for years,” says Jeremy Littlejohn, CEO at HR Data Solutions. “So many businesses will struggle to hire the right applicants as they start to ramp operations back up. Analytics have been used for years in sales, marketing, production – everywhere it seems except in HR. We want to empower companies to hire for positive cultural fit, fight unconscious bias in the process, and ultimately have a better performing company with happier employees. Data science can help drive this process – and we are excited to be blazing these new paths.”

HR Data Solutions is focused on using Data Science to drive these outcomes:

  • Creating new vocabularies for organizations around their culture and performance
  • Identifying and quantifying biases in an organization so that teams can work to remove them
  • Creating bias-free predictive models that help companies and employees ensure a good fit prior to accepting a position
  • Helping organizations adjust to new work dynamics – such as remote working

“Now is the time to start the process of turning HR data into HR solutions. As the world opens back up, making the right hires and accepting the right offers is more important than ever” says Hans Hegge, CMO at HR Data Solutions.

To learn more about HR Data Solutions, click here https://www.hrdatasol.com

About HR Data Solutions: HR Data Solutions wants to empower organizations by leveraging the power of Data Science to improve HR outcomes and taking on HR big data. Based in Park City, UT, HR Data Solutions works to enhance the performance of its clients and the positive impacts on employees by finding and optimizing for cultural and behavioral fit.

Media Contact

Hans Hegge

HR Data Solutions, Inc.

(888) 981-9596

hans@hrdatasol.com

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