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Tens of thousands of workers, most of them part-timers earning low wages are forced to work under on-call scheduling. This system exposes them to last minute grappling with and balancing scheduled hours, on-call hours and the unpredictability of variations in income.

On-call Scheduling by Ken Orvidas

According to a new Focus report entitled, What’s Ahead for Car Sharing”, among younger, urban dwellers car sharing will claim a growing share of small car driving. They are opting for the “greener”, less expensive alternative of driving a shared car.

Car Sharing by Ken Orvidas

There are 1.4 million New Yorkers dealing with food insecurity. They do not have access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Read article here.

The Working Poor by Ken Orvidas

My wife says the eye looks like it came from a package of Sugar Babies.
What do you think?

Capturing Value by Ken Orvidas

Flu and Novo by Ken Orvidas

Tis’ the season. In the US Influenza and Novovirus are on the rise. The Flu is respiratory and Novo is intestinal. Both result in headache, body ache, vomiting, diarrhea or all. Currently, there is a new strain of Novo out there. It can last two weeks outside the body and can be deadly. Wash your hands often and very well!

The World is watching.
United States Gun Flag by Ken Orvidas