Independent research by Amazon Australia found that 23% of Australians welcomed a dog into their family during the pandemic. In contrast, seven out of 10 dog owners want to take their pets to work.
ACTU President Michele O'Neil called this a 'historic win and a generational achievement for millions of women who have fought for this against the resistance of this and previous Coalition governments.’
Homophobia and transphobia cost the Indian economy losses worth $32 Bn in GDP, according to a 2016 World Bank report. Given the tangible economic and cultural costs of queer phobia and exclusion, can corporate India chart the pathway to fear-free inclusion?
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Employers strongly believe they are on the right track to upskill their workforce. Employees aren't so sure, according to a global skills analysis by the Cornerstone People Research Lab.
According to reports by The Guardian, continued workforce shortages and underfunding are exhausting staff and driving the sector into an “untenable standstill”.
Medallia analyzed the results of a survey conducted in October 2021 of 1,471 workers in the U.S. who indicated they either had recently left their job or were thinking about leaving their job.