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Here’s why the flexible workplace is here to stay
We take a look at how work has changed since the pandemic and where European employees can find workplace flexibility.
More ‘Frozen’ and ‘Toy Story’ sequels as Disney axes 7,000 jobs
Disney CEO Bob Iger has announced multi-billion dollar cost saving restructuring and sequels to some of the company's biggest animated franchises
Portugal announces new vetting system following government scandals
Future officials would have to answer a questionnaire that would allow the government to check their background and potential conflicts of interest.
Meet the Europeans working multiple jobs to pay their bills
Millions are considering taking on extra work to cope with Europe’s cost of living crisis.
Can a 'blind' CV layout help break the stigma around career gaps?
Many working mums and former caretakers aren't telling their employers about their career breaks for fear of being passed over.
These are the skills you’ll need to pick up for jobs in the future
The world of work is being transformed by tech at a rapid pace - what abilities will you need to develop to stay one step ahead?
Does it pay off to be a 'boomerang worker'? It has for these employees
Boomerang employees are the latest trend in the world of work. Here's what they are and why employers and employees are embracing the concept.
How to fund a startup and stay afloat
Around 20% of small businesses fail in their first year. Here are guidelines for staying afloat, from how to secure funding to investment pitfalls to avoid
Former Tesla employees sue company over alleged mass layoffs
Two former Tesla employees have filed a lawsuit against the electric carmaker after it failed to give advance notice of alleged mass layoffs.
Will artificial intelligence lead to job losses?
Experts argue that technology will lead to workforce disruption rather than destruction and that AI will help employees be better at their jobs.
Higher salaries now the new focus of the ongoing ‘Great Resignation'
Workers in Europe and the US are still quitting their jobs in search of more flexible conditions. But now they want higher salaries too.
These are the green jobs of the future, according to new LinkedIn data
Amid a 'great reshuffle' in the global economy, more and more people are switching to green jobs. How can we ensure a just transition?
13 reasons employers in Ireland can refuse the right to remote work
Ireland published a new bill to crystallise the right to work remotely, but it has been criticised by unions and employment lawyers.
65% of tech recruiters believe there’s bias in their hiring process
A lack of diversity in the tech sector has been a well documented problem in the industry.
Get paid the same for less work in UK four-day week trial
The six-month pilot scheme is recruiting companies to research the potential benefits of a shorter working week.
The creative life: LEGO’s Julia Goldin on play at work
"One of the things we did during COVID was to use the bricks we had at home, to build a model of what our experience and state of mind was like," said LEGO's chief product and marketing officer, Julia Goldin.
New EU rules could turn 4.1 million gig workers into regular employees
A proposed EU directive will force digital platforms to ensure their employees have rights such as paid holiday and workplace insurance.
Employers should better support men's mental health. Here's how
Movember is men's health awareness month and employers have a crucial role in supporting men's mental health - in and out of the workplace.
Recruitment is a post-pandemic headache, admits Emirates' Tim Clark
Aviation was hard hit by stifled passenger demand during COVID, with airlines cancelling routes and reducing staff. The rebound is proving difficult.
After Portugal, which countries are improving remote working laws?
Following Portugal's decision, we look at which countries in Europe are planning to rework their labour laws to support hybrid working.