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[ad_1] Despite violent protests in Rome this weekend over new COVID-19 requirements for workplaces, Italy is moving ahead with the strictest measures against COVID-19 in Europe. Late Saturday, some 10,000 protesters marched through the streets of Rome. Several hundred broke off to storm the headquarters of Italy’s largest union, breaking windows and equipment. Dozens more protesters,
[ad_1] Dr. Barbara Ritter Historians talk about the Industrial Revolution as a fundamental transformation in our society, when workers moved from the fields to the factories. At that time, technology and science brought people together in factories to mass produce goods. In the context of a 21st-Century knowledge economy here in the U.S., the pandemic
[ad_1] Based in Ontario, Sherrard has been practising employment and labour law since 1992. He is the managing partner of Sherrard Kuzz LLP and represents various employers and public and private associations. Sherrard will be one of the speakers at the Canadian Lawyer’s Employment Law Masterclass on Nov. 24 and will present on “The practical challenges of a
[ad_1] According to a recent study by Omnipresent, a global employment services partner, more UK employers are worried about staff motivation than retention. The research, conducted in partnership with Remote Social, shows that four in 10 employers (40%) feel that COVID-19 has positively or extremely positively impacted employee retention. In contrast, less than a quarter (24%) feel
[ad_1] The pandemic brought a whole new need for connectivity through the two platforms, he said. Now job seekers can get even more answers to their questions about companies. TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Christian Sutherland-Wong, CEO of Glassdoor, about his company’s acquisition of Fishbowl. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Christian
[ad_1] PHOENIX (KVOA) – The Arizona Corporate Council on Veteran Careers (ACCVC), which describes itself as a collaborative group of motivated business leaders working to support veterans in the workplace, announced the arrival of the 2021 Veteran Affiliated Employee Resource Group Guidebook.  The guide, offered at no cost to all Arizona employers, serves as a roadmap for