· ‘No shame in manual jobs for Singaporeans’: MPs call for rethink on essential services workers →
Service buyers should also aim for higher standards in procurement practices, so that contracts are awarded only to companies with progressive employment practices that reward and recognise their workers right.
· KLX Energy Services Holdings, Inc. (KLXE) CEO Thomas McCaffrey on Q1 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
But right now, there's not enough information to really provide anything more anecdotal on that topic.
· Is it safe to protest during a pandemic? Experts answer our questions →
Sue: Many of my friends are immunocompromised and would otherwise be [protesting] but really can’t right now.
· From extremism to coronavirus: How a nonprofit pivoted to confront Arabic-language misinformation →
“On an average day, for an average young person looking at their cellphone right now, much of the information they see is really nonfactual.
· May The Farce Be With You →
Let’s get right down to it.
The New York Times
· For the Deaf, Social Distancing Can Mean Social Isolation →
While many political leaders affirmed the right of protesters to express themselves, they urged the demonstrators to wear face masks and maintain social distancing, both to protect themselves and to prevent further community spread of the virus.
The China Post
· Make room on credit cards to add options in an emergency →
If you’re in a good financial position right now, meaning you have savings in the bank and a steady income, it’s a good time to knock out some credit card debt.
· UN-backed Libyan forces oust renegade general from Tripoli →
Explaining the recent change in the balance of military power, Wolfram Lacher, a senior associate at the German thinktank Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, said: “Turkey only resumed its support after forcing the GNA into an agreement over maritime rights in November 2019.
· Big Bang Theory reunion may never happen due to legal issues, says star Mayim Bialik →
“Right now, [co-star] Jim Parsons and I are producing a show Call Me Kat, so that’s technically where my life is.”
The China Post
· Taiwan authorities voice concern at ‘National Anthem Bill’ →
The bill would make it illegal to insult the Chinese national anthem, as an infringement on freedom of expression and the greater rights that residents of the semi-autonomous city have compared to mainland China.