Even before the pandemic crisis, anxiety, stress and depression were widespread, caused by long working hours, job insecurity in the private sector. Throughout the pandemic this worsened with social isolation and lockdowns. And job insecurity is rampant, with 26 per cent of respondents to a Eurofound survey living in terror of losing their jobs. Eurofound
The COVID-19 crisis has forced many companies to think about working from home. The pandemic and the use of videoconferencing globally has shown that remote working is finally here, to stay. There is still resistance, however: Only 22 per cent in Cyprus believe in the importance of adopting digital technologies to support remote working and collaboration.
Covid-19 is challenging and changing our lives and livelihood. Three months after the first lockdown, January 2021 was supposed to be a great restart. Yet finding a job, for many young people is difficult, although possible, and for the middle aged impossible. The greatest number of registered unemployment figures recorded in Cyprus until December 2020,
In 2015, the 193 member countries of the United Nations came together to commit to 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Goal 5 focused on gender equality and set the ambitious target of achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls everywhere by 2030. World leaders at the UN General Assembly assess progress, look ahead to recovery, and
Inspired By McKinsy Article – Reimagining The Way Businesses Operate (20-Nov-2020) Months after WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, Executives around the world suggest a positive shift in economic sentiment as they said that economic conditions in their own countries will be better six months from now, according to the latest McKinsey Global Survey responses. What