The New York Times
· It’s Not Too Late to Get a Virtual Internship →
“Make it easy for the employer to say yes,” said Christine Y. Cruzvergara, vice president of higher education and student success at Handshake.
· Gayle King says it’s ‘open season’ on black men in America following Amy Cooper and Minneapolis incidents →
She was eventually fired by her employer.
· What happens to furloughed workers when the government scheme ends? →
The furlough, or job retention scheme, sees employees paid 80 per cent of their salary up to a maximum of £2,500 per month, but means they cannot work for their employer.
· Another two Grow Super staff stood down amid Dally M scandal →
Grow did not respond to questions about this relationship but sources close to the company said the group had been the employer fund for StatEdge and had never sponsored or partnered with the firm.
· TCS ‘work from home’ policy: Only one-fourth of workers to come to office; CEO explains Vision 25x25 →
TCS, which is the country’s largest software exporter, employs nearly 4.5 lakh people and is also the largest private sector employer.
· Fast fashion: Pakistan garment workers fight for rights amid Covid-19 crisis →
The textile and apparel industry is Pakistan’s second largest employer after agriculture.
· AFP rules out charges against News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst after raid →
News Corp has said that Smethurst has never revealed the source’s identity, even to her employer.
· Austerity and victim blaming: Scott Morrison goes back to the old politics →
Morrison also tried to shift responsibility for job creation on to the unions and employer groups on Tuesday.
· Singapore Fortitude Budget: S$2b to create 100,000 jobs, traineeship, training opportunities →
The package included a hiring incentive: Employers who hire locals aged 40 and above through reskilling programmes will receive 20 per cent salary support for six months, capped at S$6,000.
The China Post
· Walt Disney World presenting plans for reopening parks →
With 77,000 workers, Disney World is central Florida’s biggest employer.