Company bosses are more keen than their workers on returning to offices, official data suggests. According to the Office for National Statistics, 38% of businesses expected 75% or more of their workforce to be at their usual office, while 36% of those working remotely thought they would spend the majority or all their time homeworking in the future. The study signalled that following government guidelines … Continue reading Employers more willing to return to the office than their remote workers
CUE: New data from the Office for National Statistics suggests that only one in five autistic adults are in any kind of employment. The shocking figure is the lowest employment rate of any disability category. Viktoria Yordanova has been exploring why the autism employment gap exists and how to overcome it. Continue reading RADIO: Autism employment gap
CUE: Elderly residents in Tiptree can now get a free ride to any vaccination centre in Colchester as part of a new Cab and Jab campaign. Matt Malones, who owns a private taxi company is offering round trips for vulnerable people who have trouble getting to and from their vaccination appointments. Viktoria Yordanova has more. Continue reading RADIO: Cab for jab
CUE: More than 2 billion doses of coronavirus vaccines have been administered around the world. As the rollout continues, we ask: will people go back to work as normal or has the pandemic changed their attitude to infectious diseases forever? Viktoria Yordanova has been finding out if we’ll still be meeting deadlines with a runny nose in the UK and around the world. Continue reading VIDEO: Will we still be going to work with a runny nose?
CUE: While the vaccination race continues around the world, EU members like Bulgaria keep on falling behind. Just over one in ten Bulgarians have received their first jab by mid-June, leaving the country with the lowest vaccination rate in the bloc. Viktoria Yordanova has been exploring the reasons behind this. Continue reading VIDEO:Vaccine hesitancy in Bulgaria