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13/06/2021

Category: Miscellaneous

G7 to commit $15 billion to boost girls’ education and women’s employment

When G7 Foreign and Development Ministers meet in London this week they will discuss investing $15 billion in developing countries in the next two years. This development fund will help women access jobs and build resilient businesses to combat the devastating economic impacts of COVID-19.

Kate Winslet talks about returning to delicatessen job after first Hollywood acting role

Kate Winslet has revealed she headed straight to her job at a delicatessen in her home town Reading after she finished filming her first movie.

BitCoin Part II – What are the risks?

Is Bitcoin worth looking into as a way to make money? The short answer is yes, but we're not for a minute suggesting that you bet your house on bitcoin

Covid-19 Global

13,993,379
Total active cases
Updated on 13 June 2021 12:58 am
176,375,171
Total confirmed cases
Updated on 13 June 2021 12:58 am
3,809,861
Total deaths
Updated on 13 June 2021 12:58 am
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Some Essential Running Tips For Beginners

New Year’s resolution or a sedentary lifestyle when working from home was probably the reason why you decided that you want to start getting active and the easiest way to do it in the pandemic stricken world is to go for a run.

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Employees dismissal over COVID-19 infection fears at work is upheld by tribunal

The Covid 19 pandemic has brought up many varied concerns in the workplace for employers and employees alike. In the area of health and safety at work the pandemic has caused many changes and brought about new considerations and concerns. A recent tribunal, Rodgers v Leeds Laser Cutting Ltd., sheds light on the example of an employees' refusal to work on health and safety grounds, due to fear of contracting Covid 19.

Employment discrimination cases brought against Amazon.com

Five new lawsuits have been brought against Amazon.com Inc. by women who worked in corporate or warehouse management roles. They have accused the online retailer of gender bias, racial bias or both as well. Saying that the company favored men over women in their career growth as well as allowing supervisors to denigrate them and retaliate after complaints were lodged.