More U.S. employers are Rely on economic incentives to attract employees A survey by ManpowerGroup shows that this is higher than any other country. According to a global survey of 45,000 employers (including 6,000 in the United States) in 43 countries/regions, 42% of U.S. employers need financial incentives to attract workers and solve talent shortages, compared to the global average of 31%.
Connecticut and Washington DC have become The first U.S. jurisdiction to be removed from the Chicago Travel Advisory Since the latest wave of Covid-19 swept the country in the summer.The extent of the summer surge in the United States was reflected in the update of the Chicago Travel Advisory last week, when Every state and territory On the list.
The head of the UK’s largest rapid Covid testing provider wants the government Stop providing free toolkits to the public by the spring of 2022Dan Elliott, Innova’s chief executive officer, said that he would be “surprised” if free horizontal mobility tests were still available after the beginning of next year.
Seven out of ten British travel companies Plan to lay off employees after the government’s job retention program ends, The body that represents the industry discovered, prompting the association to urge the government to overhaul its testing requirements for people arriving in the UK. According to the Tourism Association, this year’s new summer international holiday bookings have dropped by 83% from pre-pandemic levels.
The British Minister of Health said England is “very likely” to require frontline medical staff to be vaccinated, After introducing similar rules for adult nursing homes. Sajid Javid told the House of Commons in a statement on Tuesday that the British government is consulting on whether to introduce mandatory vaccines for healthcare workers.
Investors have Lowered their expectations for substantial global economic growth A survey by Bank of America fund managers found that inflation concerns overwhelmed concerns about Delta variables, which is a catalyst for pessimism. The study’s 258 asset management companies manage US$859 billion, and a net 13% expects global economic growth to accelerate, which is the lowest figure since last spring.