Recruitment problems at ‘record high’ as ​​76% of companies struggle to hire new staff | Business news

Hiring problems are at an all-time high, according to the UK Chambers of Commerce as three out of four companies struggle to hire. The BCC said about 61% of companies were looking for staff in the second quarter, comparable to 60% in the first quarter. But 76% reported problems. About 5,700 companies were surveyed to … Read more

Ivana Trump dies; NSW COVID cases are growing; Victoria COVID cases are growing; Climate Change Labor Law Leaked; Australia unemployment at its lowest point in 50 years; Scott Morrison accuses China of supporting war crimes in Russia

The federal government has unveiled $14 million in new funding to tackle the foot-and-mouth disease outbreak in Indonesia, which currently rules out border closures. Agriculture Minister Murray Watt said on his return from Indonesia outside Sydney International Airport that travelers can also expect increased biosecurity measures when traveling to and from places such as Bali. … Read more

High pressure oxygen shows promise in long covid | Health

Below is a summary of some recent studies of covid-19. They include research that warrants further study to confirm the findings and has yet to be certified by peer review. High-pressure oxygen treatment can help with long-term covid Patients with long-term covid may see some improvement after breathing pure oxygen in a high-pressure environment, according … Read more

China is the world’s largest esports market despite crackdown: Study

According to a new report from intelligence firm Niko Partners, revenue for China’s e-sports market grew 14% year-on-year in 2021, despite strict gaming regulations in the world’s second-largest economy. Esports refers to professional gaming where gamers often play against each other in major tournaments and fans watch via live streams. China remains the largest single … Read more

New report finds evidence that Russia has used torture chambers and civilians as human shields in Ukraine

Smoke rises from a destroyed building at the site of a Russian military attack in Vinnytsia, Ukraine, on July 14. (State Emergency Service of Ukraine/Reuters) At least 23 people have been killed in an attack on the central Ukrainian city of Vinnystia, according to the head of the Ukrainian National Police Ihor Klymenko. The death … Read more