🎧 At 9 a.m., Angela Davis will talk with two guests about what’s happening to improve worker retention. After many people left their jobs during the “Great Resignation,” employers are trying to come up with strategies to keep their valued workers. Now, some employers are not only conducting exit interviews as workers leave for better opportunities but some managers are also scheduling stay interviews. Join us for the conversation.
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🌬️ Monday will be a bit cool, with highs in the mid-20s and northwest winds up to 10 mph. Slight chance of light freezing rain and snow in Southern Minnesota.
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For many teens, learning to drive is a rite of passage that opens doors — doors to new jobs, a more independent social life. But it can also be expensive and time consuming. That's why Rochester Public Schools launched a new program that makes it easier for kids from all financial backgrounds to get their license. And the police are helping.
It was a couple days after Rochester's first big snow — and Joyous Bellephant's first winter drive, which began with the fine art of scraping ice off a windshield.
"Have any information about driving on snow and slush?” she asked her driving teacher. “Yeah. You should drive slower,” said Rochester Police Department Investigator Chantel Powell with a chuckle. She's been volunteering to help 17-year-old Bellephant rack up the 50 hours of driving practice she needs to earn her license.