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No plan for a return to the office for millions of staff in UK
Fifty of the biggest UK employers questioned by BBC have said they have no plans to return all staff to the office full-time in the near future.
UK in recession for first time in 11 years
The UK economy suffered its biggest slump on record between April and June as coronavirus lockdown measures pushed the country officially into recession.
Iran to create tens of thousands of manufacturing jobs by March: Minister
Iran’s caretaker minister of industry, mine and trade said tens of thousands of new jobs are planned to be created in the country’s manufacturing sector by March 2021.
US hiring slows amid signs of longer-lasting economic damage
US hiring slowed in July as the coronavirus outbreak worsened, and the government’s jobs report offered signs that the economic damage from the pandemic could last far longer than many observers originally envisioned.
Influencer slammed for ridiculous job listing seeking a personal assistant
An influencer has been shamed online after their job advert for a personal assistant containing a ridiculous list of responsibilities left people saying they would "rather die" than take the role.
Child’s cries save woman in nick of time
A 27-year-old woman, who tried to end her life as she was upset due to job loss and marital discord, was saved in a nick of time by a patrolling team from NRI (non-resident Indian) coastal police station.
Emirates plans to cut about 30,000 jobs amid virus outbreak
Emirates Group is planning to cut about 30,000 jobs to reduce costs amid the coronavirus outbreak, which will bring down its number of employees by about 30 percent from more than 105,000 at the end of March.
Coronavirus inflicts huge US job losses as pandemic breaches White House walls
The US government reported more catastrophic economic fallout from the coronavirus crisis on Friday as the pandemic pierced the very walls of the White House and California gave the green light for its factories to restart after a seven-week lockdown.
South Korea reports first job loss since 2009
South Korea reported its first on-year job loss since 2009 in March as the coronavirus pandemic began inflicting damage on the job market, data showed on Friday.
UK economy could shrink by 35%  with 2m job losses, warns OBR
Britain’s economy could shrink by 35 percent this spring and unemployment soar by more than two million due to the coronavirus crisis, the government’s independent economics forecaster has warned.
Nearly 1,200 Iranian factories revived in one year
Iran’s Ministry of Industry says nearly 1,200 ailing or closed factories were revived over the past calendar year (ended March 19) as the government seeks to diversify the economy away from oil and create more jobs in the country.
South Korea’s job additions hit over five-year high in Dec., jobless rate steady at 3.4%
South Korea's jobless rate remained flat at 3.4 percent in December, but Asia's fourth-largest economy reported a stronger-than-expected job growth last month with job additions coming to 516,000, data showed Wednesday.
UK employers 'pause' job hiring as demand falls to seven-year low
Employers in Britain have ‘hit the pause button’ on job hiring, according to a survey of the labor market that shows demand for new workers has tumbled to a seven-year low.
Tata Steel to cut 3,000 jobs as crisis rips through Europe
Tata Steel Ltd. plans to cut as many as 3,000 jobs across its European operations to cut costs in the latest blow to the region’s industry, with the move coming amid a heated general election campaign in the UK.

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