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19 Feb 2021
With vaccination approaches and availability differing between countries, what part can global organisations play in encouraging uptake and countering misinformation?
2 Feb 2021
The US Department of Labor has reached a settlement with Google to resolve allegations of systemic gender and race discrimination.
22 Jan 2021
Changes to rules concerning H-1B visas could increase numbers of foreign specialists while safeguarding US wages.
15 Dec 2020
Pinterest has agreed to pay $22.5m (£16.9m) to settle a gender discrimination and retaliation case brought by its former chief...
3 Dec 2020
Private sector workers are set to receive average pay rises of 2.4% in 2021, up from an average of 2.2%...
26 Nov 2020
The company had already announced 28,000 job cuts in September as its theme parks and cruises reel from the pandemic.
20 Nov 2020
Global mobility has been stymied under Donald Trump but the new Biden administration is planning a return to a more talent-friendly approach.
9 Nov 2020
In a less commented upon US ballot, California last week voted to exempt Uber and Lyft drivers from being classified as employees.
30 Oct 2020
Essential workers in supermarkets are at a much higher risk of coronavirus infection than the general population, with those in...
11 Sep 2020
Citigroup has named Scotland-born Jane Fraser as its new chief executive.
10 Sep 2020
While the coronavirus lockdown may have cooled some simmering office romances over recent months, it’s well known that many personal...
9 Sep 2020
Searches by overseas workers for UK jobs have reached their highest level since December 2018, according to job site Indeed....
25 Aug 2020
JPMorgan Chase will introduce rotational working model with large proportion of staff able to work from home on a regular basis.
19 Aug 2020
Gig economy firms continue to fight legislation forcing them to treat their drivers as employees.