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Amazon Extends Work From Home Option Till June

The development comes less than three weeks after the world's largest online retailer said more than 19,000 of its U.S. frontline workers contracted the coronavirus this year.

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Pandemic: Employee Well Being And How Institutions Must Face The Challenge

The employer will have a larger role in both physical and mental wellbeing of its employees.

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Employees In India Face Increased Burnout At Work During Pandemic: Report

29 per cent of workers are experiencing increased burnout at work, owing to its increase in workday span by 1 hour.

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Amazon Reports Over 19,000, Or 1.44%, Of U.S. Frontline Employees Had COVID-19

Amazon said that out of its 1,372,000 frontline employees at Amazon and its Whole Foods Market subsidiary, 19,816 tested positive or were presumed to have COVID-19 between March 1 and Sept. 19.

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Disney To Lay Off About 28,000 Parks Unit Employees Due To Coronavirus Hit

All but Disneyland - nicknamed the Happiest Place on Earth - reopened, though the company was forced to limit the number of visitors to allow for physical distancing.

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'Good Corporate Governance Is About Creating Sustained Competitive Differentiation In Market'

Good corporate governance is about creating sustained competitive differentiation in the market to maximize the shareholder value legally, ethically and on a sustainable basis while ensuring fairness, transparency and accountability to every stakeholder of a company – customers, employees, investors, vendor-partners, the government of the land and the community.

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UP CM Takes Stock Of Vacant Posts, Directs Officials To Start Recruitment In 3 Months

Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra had said the demand of the youth includes an increase in jobs and abolishing of contract law.

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How Effectively Can Companies Tackle The Most Unusual Work Situation

Throwing people off deck (or as we call them - layoffs) should be your last resort. If this mechanism workS, which it should, you are then ready for the next phase.

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How Start-ups and Small businesses benefit from Flexible Talent?

Even at the best of times, growing businesses face unique constraints and conditions that make hiring through conventional models difficult. And at times like these, those constraints get compounded. This is where the flexible talent ecosystem can play a role.

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Virgin Australia's Unsecured Creditors To Get 9%-13% Return Under Bain Deal -Administrator

Virgin's fleet consists of 144 planes, 44 of which are owned and 100 leased or financed, but some of the leased planes will be returned to lessors

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Corporations Will Assume Burden Of Safety, Raising Costs Post-COVID: Moody's

Investments required to change their sales approach, supply chains and operating strategies will weigh on retailers' capital plans and profits.

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Employees, the most valuable intangible assets and not commodities of a company!

Very few companies treat employees and the skills they bring with themselves as a business asset. As a result, more and more businesses are losing grip over value that they should ideally be capturing.

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When Crisis led to Employee Wellbeing: The Story of Tata Steel

Key learning from Tata Steel’s decade-long strategy to reduce its excess manpower is that solutions to such crises come at huge institutional costs. Such outcomes may not emerge with a focus on short-term financial benefits.

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Policewoman, two govt staff killed in targetted attacks in Afghanistan

Policewoman, two govt staff killed in targetted attacks in Afghanistan

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COVID-19: Facebook extends remote work for employees till July 2021

COVID-19: Facebook extends remote work for employees till July 2021

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