The plan includes cutting almost 4,600 positions in France, or about 10% of the carmaker’s total in its home country, through voluntary retirement and retraining, according to a statement Friday. More than 10,000 further jobs will be scrapped in the rest of the world, trimming a global workforce of about 180,000 people. … [Read more...] about Renault to cut 14,600 jobs worldwide in race to slash costs
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The Nepal Army on Friday said it was not its job to make “unnecessary political statements” or respond to the loaded queries from the media. It was responding to reports that its chief had refused the direct orders of Prime Minister KPS Oli on Indian Army chief Gen. Manoj Naravane’s recent comments on border issue. … [Read more...] about Not our job to make unnecessary political statements: Nepal Army
“The Hospital Management Committee (HMC) had made no arrangements to keep physical distancing among the candidates. The crowd could have been regulated either through a token system or by offering appointment time in batches instead of going for a walk-in model,” said an official with the District Health Department. … [Read more...] about Hundreds of job aspirants flout physical-distancing norms
No matter who you are and how old you are, do not step out without a mask. A simple mask is good enough, an N95 is even better, but please do not use N95 masks or Vogmasks with exhaust valves... Make sure the mask covers your nose and mouth. It’s instructive to note that even if you’re in the presence of a COVID-19 infected individual and they’re masked and not coughing and you are yourself masked, the probability of you getting the infection is minuscule. … [Read more...] about This Delhi doctor’s message went viral
Arun Kumar: You are absolutely right. I agree with Dr. John on masks, incomes for people to survive. What he is also pointing out is that our public health system is broken, not able to take care of the poor. For instance, rural and semi-rural areas have very poor facilities, and as the disease spreads there, the death rate could go up. What we needed to do was focus on building up our health infrastructure rapidly - doctors, nurses, testing. We have never paid attention to social infrastructure, on education, health, drinking water, etc and that’s why we are facing the problem, and could not implement the lockdown. Unlike China which could implement and control it and within three months there were no reports of fresh disease. It is because of the failure of governance, that we could not implement the lockdown better. We are paying for what we have not done for the past 70 years. I see the divide between the organised and unorganised sectors. The organised sector can use … [Read more...] about Can India’s workforce have a safe return to business?