Tag: work

Indian workforce cautiously yet eagerly waiting to return to work

The ongoing pandemic has changed the way of work forever with companies altering their models and redefining work cultures by experimenting with work from home...

Opinion: Tech’s COVID-19 boom won’t last forever, but it’s not going to end just yet

This article is part of a series tracking the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on major businesses. For other articles and earlier versions, go here....

work from anywhere: Remote work is a leveller — location doesn’t matter. Only your internet does

Interestingly, we ran a study on work from home in China way back in 2010-2011. A large Chinese travel firm was thinking of remote work...

Indian CXOs are more resilient, but anticipate regular disruptions, as compared to global peers: Deloitte report

Bengaluru :Seven in 10 Indian CXOs appear relatively confident about their organisation’s ability to adapt, and their own ability to lead through uncertain times as...

The economy still has a mountain to climb, but it’s digging itself out faster than expected

Is the economy half-full or half-empty? That’s the burning question after a surprisingly upbeat U.S. jobs report for August. Read: U.S. regains 1.4 million jobs...

who: Pandemic creating ‘lockdown generation’ as one in six youths stop work: UN

Geneva: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused surging unemployment worldwide, but has hit young workers especially hard, forcing more than one in six people aged under...

Nervous About Returning to Work? COVID Precautions

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY, May 13, 2020 (HealthDay News) — As coronavirus pandemic restrictions are lifted, many Americans will face...

Unemployed workers applying for jobless benefits seen topping 25 million

The record surge in suddenly unemployed Americans likely grew by another 4 million last week to push the total to 25 million or more since...

Jobless claims soar again by 5.25 million as coronavirus pushes unemployment to 15%

Living in the age of coronavirus: A government worker hands out unemployment applications to people in their vehicles in Hialeah, Florida. States are struggling to...

Jobless claims soar 6.6 million in early April as coronavirus layoffs swell to nearly 17 million

The numbers: The latest round of coronavirus-induced layoffs and furloughs soared by 6.6 million in early April based on records from state unemployment offices, bringing...

The soaring U.S. unemployment rate could approach Great Depression-era levels

The soaring U.S. unemployment rate might not match the peak of 25% seen during the Great Depression of the 1930s, but it could come uncomfortably...

Coronavirus has capsized the U.S. economy and it’s still sinking to even lower depths

Like the sinking Titanic, every major bellwether on the U.S. economy is plunging to uncharted depths. The upcoming week won’t be any exception. The historic...