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31/07/2021

Naga Sharanappa

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Mexico government announces better measures for GM workers

The Mexican and U.S. governments have announced a plan to resolve complaints from U.S. workers against an auto factory in northern Mexico attempting to steal union votes.

750 jobs to be created in SeAH Wind projects

SeAH Wind and Smulders Projects UK is all set to receive financial support from the UK government for new offshore wind manufacturing investments that it has announced. SeAH Wind will receive a grant to build a new monopile foundation plant in the Able Ocean Energy Park (AMEP) in the Humber, which will create as many as 750 direct jobs by 2030.

Stellantis saves 1000+ jobs in Ellesmere Port

Vauxhall Motor's ;parent company Stellantis has confirmed a £100 million investment plan that will secure thousands of jobs in its Ellesmere Port plant and throughout the UK's supply chain.

US job opportunities at an all-time high

Job vacancies in May hit a record high which is further proof that the economy is recovering back from the pandemic showing that the demand for workers is high.

UK firms increase wages to attract job seekers

British firms are increasing salaries rapidly to overcome the difficulty of attracting employees as pandemic restrictions are relaxed with increasing inflation pressure.

100 Jobs to be created in Yorkshire by ‘AND Digital’, a tech company

And Digital, a technology consulting company founded in the United Kingdom, has announced plans to create 100 new jobs in West Yorkshire by September this year by setting up their second office in Leeds.

Kickstarter introduces a 4-day workweek post covid

For Kickstarter, a crowdfunding platform headquartered in New York, one way is to work four days a week, and the plan will be piloted next year.

Covid-19 and its economic toll on women

According to a report by the Social Innovation Organization, women’s economic prospects have suffered a major impediment due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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