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Why tech skills will be mandatory for the financial services sector in a post-coronavirus world

The world has been undergoing unprecedented changes for the past two months. Who would have ever predicted that the global economy could ever be in a state of complete lockdown? Since then, organisations and the workforce have changed drastically. There has been a paradigm shift from physical work culture to working from home. Social distancing …

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Coronavirus: Cure.fit founders write open letter to employees to ‘set the record straight’

Health and fitness startup Cure.fit recently downsized operations and laid off trainers at gyms in Tier II markets in India, Delhi, and the United Arab Emirates, citing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic. “We have downsized our employee base across markets where we have shut operations and have initiated pay cuts across levels. The founders …

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Chiropractor must pay $100k for sharing content like this

Dena Churchill, a previous chiropractor from Nova Scotia, Canada, is among the current examples of a health expert being targeted for bold to share anything besides the basic medical recommendations about vaccinations. The Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors started an examination into Churchill in 2018 due to what the college considered to be her ““ …

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