Employers more willing to return to the office than their remote workers

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

VIDEO: Will we still be going to work with a runny nose?

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?

Worryingly low number of autistic people are employed

New shocking data shows that only 22 per cent of autistic adults are in any kind of employment, which is the lowest employment rate of any disability category. The figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the disability employment gap is still too wide, with around half of disabled people in work compared to over 80 per cent of non-disabled workers.  According to the … Continue reading Worryingly low number of autistic people are employed

RADIO: The vegetables that are not always green

As the COVID pandemic presses on, people have plenty of time on their hands to find their inner chef and experiment in the kitchen. While trying different recipes and diets, you might have discovered veganism is your cup of tea for a variety of reasons. But if you are considering a plant-based diet driven by environmental motives, you might have to consider that some vegetables … Continue reading RADIO: The vegetables that are not always green

Balkan’s vaccine hesitancy: why is Bulgaria last in the vaccine roll-out?

After more than three million COVID deaths worldwide, catastrophic economic consequences, numerous lockdowns, and severe social-distancing restrictions, you would think that people will see in vaccines what Israelites saw in Moses – the hero to finally set them free and lead them to the promised land. Thousands of years later, our Canaan is the COVID-free world, but vaccines and their ticket to the promised land … Continue reading Balkan’s vaccine hesitancy: why is Bulgaria last in the vaccine roll-out?