Continuing significant resignation, one in five likely to change job: PricewaterhouseCoopers

big resignation It is set to continue, according to a new global survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers, where one in five said they were likely to do so. switch jobs In the next twelve months. PricewaterhouseCoopers launchedGlobal Workforce Hopes and Fears Survey 2022” In the World Economic Forum In Davos on Tuesday, it surveyed more than 52,000 … Read more

Why China is likely to recover more slowly from the latest COVID shock

As Shanghai tries to reopen businesses, the downtown area over the weekend prevented residents from leaving their apartment complexes again for mass virus testing. Pictured here, in another area on May 21, 2022, there is a line outside a mall. What is Kikia | China Optical Group | Getty Images BEIJING – Many economists predict … Read more

Zelensky told Davos that the West should have helped Ukraine in 2014

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky takes questions at a press conference on April 23, 2022 in Kyiv, Ukraine. NBC News reported that a senior State Department official said the United States will reopen its embassy in Ukraine, possibly as early as Monday, and provide another $713 million in military funding to Ukraine and other regional partners. … Read more

Countries ban food exports amid rising prices and inflation

India has banned wheat exports as grain prices soar this year due to the Russo-Ukrainian war. T. Narayan | Bloomberg | Getty Images India banned wheat exportsIt became the latest country to do so with grain prices soaring this year in part because of the Russo-Ukrainian war. The war caused a sharp rise in wheat … Read more

Britons are being warned of ‘horrific’ food price hikes

More than four in five people in the UK are concerned about the rising cost of living and their ability to afford basic necessities such as food and energy over the coming months, according to a new survey. Tulga Akmen | Afp | Getty Images LONDON – A quarter of Britons skipped meals as inflationary … Read more

Some factories may leave China, but the big picture doesn’t matter

China still holds the cards for global supply chains, whether or not the Covid shutdown frustrates businesses in the near term. An employee works on a 5G smartphone screen production line at a factory on May 13, 2022 in Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province, China. Zhou Haiping | China Optical Group | Getty Images BEIJING – China … Read more