TJ Newsflash: 3 November
A round up of the best stories from across the globe: from recruitment to the menopause and mental health. All the stories, and one podcast, are aimed at making you think differently about the world today
This week's news roundup courtesy of the editor at TJ, includes a short podcast from COP26, a practical piece on recruitment from Wired and, from The New Yorker magazine, a longer and unsettling read about the experiences of migrant workers in the US who clear up the choas created by climate change.
The coronavirus effect on global economic sentiment – McKinsey & Company
The Migrant Workers Who Follow Climate Disasters – The New Yorker
Cop26: have we just saved our forests? – The Guardian
Menopause and mental health – Harvard Health Publishing
This week’s news and research from around the world compiled by the TJ editor
James Scott offers his advice on developing a collaborative, connected culture in a hybrid work environment
Rashim Mogha on why mentoring must adapt to the digital workplace
Vincent Belliveau, Senior Vice President & General Manager EMEA at Cornerstone OnDemand, explores the benefits of internal recruitment
As the new world of work takes shape, one of the top talent trends that emerged for 2021 has been a drive to reskill and upskill employees.
A report published today has revealed the extent of ageist attitudes across the UK, and how they harm the health and wellbeing of everyone in society as we grow older.