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No Name Sports Bar Faces Lawsuit for Alleged Disability Discrimination

No Name Sports Bar Faces Lawsuit for Alleged Disability Discrimination

The owners of No Name Sports Bar, a hospitality establishment in Sebastian, Florida, received a lawsuit from two of its former employees for their alleged disability discrimination.

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Telstra Cuts 2,800 Jobs by End of 2024

Australian Telco Giant Telstra to Cut 2,800 Jobs by End of 2024 to Keep on Competitive Landscape

Telstra announced that it will cut 2,800 jobs by the end of 2024, especially products and services in its enterprise business.

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US Tariffs on Chinese EVs, Green Tech to be Announced Next Week, Reports Say

US Tariffs on Chinese EVs, Green Tech to be Announced Next Week, Reports Say

White House officials said the Biden administration would impose a massive tariff increase on Chinese electric vehicles in an announcement on May 14.

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Tennessee Cleaning Company Fined $650,000 for Illegally Hiring Children, Some as Young as 13, to Clean Dangerous Slaughterhouses

Tennessee Cleaning Company Fined $650,000 for Illegally Hiring Children, Some as Young as 13, to Clean Dangerous Slaughterhouses

A cleaning company in Tennessee has agreed to pay nearly $650,000 after a federal probe found it had employed over 20 children to clean dangerous slaughterhouses in Virginia and Iowa.

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Australia: March Employment Falls Short as Jobless Rate Continues to Climb

Australia's employment fell in March following a big surge in February, while the jobless rate rose.

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Singapore to Increase Salary Criteria for Foreign Executives, Professionals

The government said in 2025 that Singaporean companies must pay overseas CEOs and experts greater salaries.

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US Economy Is Still Robust With Labor Market Adding 199,000 Jobs in November

US Economy Is Still Robust With Labor Market Adding 199,000 Jobs in November

The US workforce added 199,000 jobs in November, and the unemployment rate fell to 3.7% as the world's largest economy continues to struggle with higher interest rates.

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Egyptian-China industrial zone may get $5-bln investments

Egyptian-Chinese industrial zone in Ain Sokhna may attract $5 billion investments. About 100 companies are expected to set up their operations in the zone paving the way for creation of employment opportunities for about 30,000 people.

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South Africa Unemployment Rate Declines to 24.5% in Q4

South Africa's unemployment rate drops to 24.5% in the fourth quarter due to increased employment in the finance industry which offsets job losses in agriculture and construction sector. But with the major sectors laying off jobs, and the cost cutting of the government will sure make the unemployment rate will rise again.

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Cornwall Ranked Second In Digital Community Growth, Refered to as The California of The UK

The England’s county of Cornwall is being reported to have substantial growing tech community as it ranks second for growth in the UK. The region is still striving to achieve better growth with the improvement of funding and workers’ skills.

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Robots, Automation and Artificial Intelligence to replace Human Jobs According to The World Economic Forum

With the advancement of technologies, businesses would prefer robots or artificial intelligence as workers. However, the industries would still need growing numbers of certain skilled workers.

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Women Rules The Education Scenario In Many Countries: Does The Professional World Reflect The Same?

Today, women set their fight straight and groom themselves with the right education to face the competitive world. They create their own space in this aggressive professional industry but do they receive equal facilities as compared with men?

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Drop in Unemployment Rate Is Not Enough to Calm Market with Higher Interest Rates

There may be a big drop in unemployment rate, but U.S. still fails to calm markets with the big possibility that the Federal Reserve will increase interest rates. According to Telegraph UK, U.S. unemployment rate dropped to a seven-year-low last month. According to data from the US Labor Department, unemployment rate went down 5.1pc in August, the lowest it has been since April 2008. This is also a level that the Fed considers to indicate "full employment."

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US construction spending at 7-year high

The US construction sector recorded an encouraging spending of $1.08 trillion, a 0.7 percent monthly growth, indicating a seven-year high. The July data from the US Commerce Department has not only boosted the market sentiment but also gave an indication of robust economic activity in the third quarter.

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Ex-US Treasury Secretary urges Federal Reserve to not make the 'Serious Error' of Raising Interest Rates

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers claims that the aggressive sell-off on the global markets can lead to "a very serious situation" and raising interest rates could be a big mistake.

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