The aerospace giant suffered a $2.4 billion second-quarter loss, reflecting the hit from much lower commercial plane deliveries as airlines suspend purchases due to falling consumer demand.
“Additionally, there is a clear shift in the skill sets being sought by hiring managers, with an uptick in demand for ‘soft’ skills such as agility, creativity and communication alongside core technical competencies in order for personnel to have the optimal attributes needed to navigate what remains a very challenging business climate.”
The most of the products likely to be bought online includes toys and gaming items, cultural goods, and beauty products.
Global equity markets slipped and bond yields fell on Thursday as investors awaited an agreement on a US aid package to mitigate the fallout from the coronavirus crisis, with poor corporate earnings reports also weighing on European shares.
The US central bank rolled out a major policy change on Thursday that gives greater weight to its mission of maximising employment to benefit lower income families, while ratcheting back its emphasis on fighting inflation.
The number of people in work in Britain has suffered the biggest drop since 2009 and signs are growing that the coronavirus will take a heavier toll on the labour market as the government winds down its huge job-protection scheme.
Global diamond supply chains convulsed by the coronavirus pandemic and most workers in India’s diamond industry switched to other jobs. Miners seek new supply deals to boost margins and mines from Canada to Lesotho are still shuttered.
Non-harassing social sexual behaviour (call it flirting) in the workplace, if enjoyed, can provide psychosocial resources that protect recipients from stress and its negative outcomes, reveals research.
Google is committing to a White House initiative designed to get private companies to expand job training for American workers. CEO Sundar Pichai was making the announcement on Thursday