Day: January 4, 2022

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The Check Up: Paul Kempinski of Children’s Mercy Kansas City

Now, nearly two years into the pandemic, many employees want to maintain some level of remote flexibility. Finding the right approach for leadership in the workforce can be tricky.

Paul Kempinski, CEO and president of Children’s Mercy Kansas City, joins The Check Up to discuss how the pediatric hospital found their approach to hybrid work.

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Ontario shuts schools, indoor dining and gyms

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All schools in Canada’s most populous province will be shut down and move to online learning because of a record number of coronavirus infections fueled by the ultra-contagious omicron variant, Ontario’s premier announced Monday.

Premier Doug Ford also announced the closure of indoor dining. Gyms and cinemas will also close and hospitals have also been told to pause all non-urgent surgeries

Ontario is seeing record new infections and there are concerns about capacity.

“I know is not ideal,” Ford said. “The fact is omicron spreads like wildfire.”

The reopening of schools has been delayed until at least Jan. 17. Just last week, the government announced schools would open on Wednesday.

Schools shut down for in class learning last April because of record cases driven by the delta variant. They had since resumed in class learning.

Ford said they are expecting a “tsunami” of

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