The government says it is 'about time' firms recruit UK workers, but firms warn new immigration rules risk staff shortages in key sectors.
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Europe is facing its first major coronavirus outbreak, as Italian officials locked down 12 towns in the wake of more than 150 cases.
Whether it is because of their clothes, shoes or hair, women are endlessly scrutinised – and it’s a problem that affects all women in the workplace.
Coronavirus developments, consumer sentiment surveys, the second print on fourth-quarter U.S. gross domestic product and a slew of corporate earnings results will draw investor focus this week.
Geoffrey Canada knows a thing or two about education — the Harlem Children’s Zone, which he founded in 1970, has helped thousands of students from lower-income neighborhoods go on to college and achieve success. And he has some ideas on how to attract top talent to the teaching profession: Pay them more
The NBA is one of the most diverse leagues in U.S. professional sports, but Golden State Warriors CFO Jennifer Cabalquinto wants this to expand beyond the court — with more women in the C-suite.
Jide Zeitlin, chairman and CEO of Tapestry, has put inclusion training at the core of his company’s sales growth strategy.
President Donald Trump doesn’t have a vendetta against CNN — he has one against all media outlets that do adversarial coverage, says John Stankey, who oversees CNN in his role as WarnerMedia CEO.