TJ newsflash: 3 December

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Written by Debbie Carter on 3 December 2021 in News
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This week’s news and research from around the world compiled by the TJ editor 

This week’s compilation of news and research to catch the eye of the TJ editor include: an in-depth view of investment in knowledge capital from the OECD; an assessment of the impact in shortages of semiconductors to manufacturers, particularly the automotive industry; how flexible working is central to keeping your millennial workforce; Covid-19 hit working women hard, so it’s heartening to read about how some companies are trying to support their female employees; and finally a feel-good  news story from the BBC on how a young graduate sold his skills and personality outside Canary Wharf tube station to land the job he dreamed of… . 

The World’s Top Female Friendly Companies – Forbes

Supporting Investment in Knowledge Capital, Growth and Innovation – OECD

‘The Great Resignation’: Third of millennials say they’ll quit their job if they have to go to the office more – inews

Surviving the Silicon Storm – KPMG Insights 

How I got my dream job with a Tube station pitch – BBC News 
 

 

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