As part of the 2 million euro investment, the Irish software company Ardanis Technologies will create 30 new jobs. The company was founded in 2016 and is using this investment to support its international growth and expansion plans.
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.
Scotland disclosed that the latest survey found that nearly three-quarters of job seekers (74%) applied for jobs during the pandemic were fake.
Figures from a survey carried out by the job website Indeed has shown the struggle to recruit staff since Brexit. The survey found that the number of EU citizens looking to work in Britain has dropped by more than a third since Brexit. The report shows a sharp decline in interest among EU jobseekers which was not replicated in other countries. Meaning that the tougher post Brexit immigration rules are having more of an impact than the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Scotland's furloughed jobs fell from 275,700 in April to 173,100 at the end of May. The numbers came as the coronavirus support scheme begins to be phased out.
There are plans to open a new job centre in Dudley town to help the city recover from the Covid pandemic. A former Peacocks store on High Street has been all set to turn into a job centre after the proposed plan from the Department for Work and Pensions. This is part of the government initiative aimed at increasing job opportunities in areas of the UK that have been worst hit by the coronavirus,
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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.