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Coronavirus: Disabled workers could 'face jobs crisis'

Firms are reportedly hiring fewer disabled applicants amid concerns about supporting them properly. go to Article >

Up to 87 million workers could lose access to paid leave next month if Congress doesn't pass another coronavirus relief package

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Summary List PlacementMillions of workers could lose access to paid sick and family leave if Congress does not pass another coronavirus relief package by the end of the year, Politico reported on Sunday.  Up to 87 million workers could be... read more

8 nonprofits helping Americans struggling because of the coronavirus pandemic that you can donate to right now

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Summary List PlacementToday is Giving Tuesday, a 24-hour period devoted to charitable giving following Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping. This year, there's more need than ever. More than 6 million Americans remain unemployed in the... read more

Arcadia: What Its Collapse Means For Jobs, Pensions And Shopping Orders

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The coronavirus pandemic has claimed its biggest retail scalp so far with the announcement on Monday that Philip Green’s Arcadia fashion group has collapsed into administration. Here’s what it means for jobs, the high street and what happens... read more

Residents of a small Austrian town are being promised work for 3 years in the world's first universal jobs guarantee experiment

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Summary List PlacementThe coronavirus pandemic has devastated even the wealthiest economies. From February to May, around 38 million people filed for unemployment insurance in the 20 of the world's richest countries. Most of these nations... read more

10 people in Sweden told us their trust in the government is dwindling as it pivots away from its no-lockdown coronavirus policy

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Summary List PlacementInes Green felt a sense of relief after Sweden announced stricter coronavirus measures for the first time since the start of the pandemic. The 23-year-old supermarket worker, who lives in the capital city of Stockholm,... read more

Homeless People Can Now Be Deported Just For Sleeping Rough. It Could Kill Them

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Rough sleepers are at risk of exploitation, modern slavery and death under new immigration rules that allow non-UK nationals to be deported, a homelessness charity has warned. From Tuesday, rough sleeping will become grounds for refusal or... read more

Struggling Parents Would Rather Christmas Was Cancelled Amid Covid Pandemic

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Struggling parents admit they would avoid celebrating Christmas if they could as they face financial and mental health pressures during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research. Action for Children, a charity supporting vulnerable young... read more

UK raises 2030 climate target: The green economy reacts

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Green business groups and campaigners welcome higher 2030 emissions reduction goal, but call for ambitious policy and funding to put the UK on a net zero pathway as soon as possible The UK will soon have one of the most... read more

'Extraordinary ineptitude': Former COP26 President Clare O'Neill accuses Number 10 of 'cavalier' attitude to Climate Summit

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Former Energy Minister and COP26 President says progress has been made in recent months, but warns Ministers continue to underestimate need for intense focus on climate efforts in the lead up to crucial Glasgow Summit... read more

Meet the 15 top executives leading Ford into a future of electric cars (F)

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Summary List PlacementSome 117 years into its storied life, the Ford Motor Company is facing perhaps the toughest challenge in its history — and its newly installed chief executive, Jim Farley, has assembled what he hopes is an all-star team... read more