Companies must respond to the new economic and social realities accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Here's how employers can ensure good work standards.
Post-pandemic, economic growth is set to return, but the recovery will be uneven. We must build something better: an economy that provides opportunity for all.
In the post-COVID workplace, employers are revisiting candidate evaluation criteria and how online education can prepare students for the future of work.
G7 finance ministers will vow to support their economies as they emerge from the pandemic and reach an 'ambitious' deal on a minimum global corporate tax, a draft communique reveals.
Working from home is expected to be a long-lasting trend that benefits employers and staff, but will hit spending in city centres, an NBER report shows.
A new LinkedIn Learning report looks at how workplace learning and development is changing. From top areas of focus to ‘secret weapons’ for skill building, this is what it found.
Unemployment remains high – but some sectors with the most jobs lost now can’t find enough workers. How do we solve this paradox in the post-COVID economy?
The World Economic Forum’s most-recent Chief Economists Survey show most expect a recovery of global GDP to its pre-COVID-19 level by the first half of 2022.
Values-driven small and growing businesses and social enterprises have demonstrated that they are central to the fabric of inclusion and resilience.
The pandemic has seen office working life upended for the world’s 1.25 billion “knowledge workers”. As vaccination programmes are rolled out businesses are starting to redefine the future...
COVID-19 has exacerbated gender inequalities, increased job losses and unpaid work. In response UN Women are launching a plan to aid a COVID-19 recovery.
The physical nature of the manufacturing industry has made the switch to remote work a challenge. Here's how to transition to remote work successfully.