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Insurance firm Lloyd’s of London is reconsidering its headquarters in the City of London as it moves to embrace new work arrangements and flexibility.
Apple has stated that all store and corporate employees will be required to receive the booster shot of Covid-19 within four weeks of being eligible.
The U.S. Supreme court voted 6-3 to block the Biden administration’s workplace vaccine mandate, stating that current workplace safety laws are not applicable to Covid-19.
A new report from San Francisco officials shows predicts that 15% of office workers will remain remote permanently, which could hinder economic recovery.
Glassdoor has ranked the best places to work in 2022 based on at least 75 reviews per company from current and former employees.
FlexJobs has revealed the findings of its ninth annual Top 100 Companies to Watch for Remote Jobs, as well as the top career fields for remote work in 2022.
Robinhood, one of the most popular online trading platforms, has announced that the majority of its 3,400 employees will move to remote working arrangements.
2022 is marking a new moment in the pandemic era – instead of letting Covid-19 uproot business operations, companies now have tools to live with the virus.
Meta Platforms has joined other companies who have delayed their return-to-office date, with employees having the chance to come back into the office by March 28.
WeWork’s sales results for December 2021 indicate that the company is seeing relatively consistent growth due to increased demand for flexible offices.