In the United States, Joe Biden welcomes mixed employment figures

Published on : 08/01/2022 – 07:28 If the number of net job creations, just below 200,000 for the month of December, disappoints analysts a bit, President Joe Biden is fully satisfied for his first year at the helm of the US economy. Despite mixed figures for the month of December, with disappointing job creations, the … Read more

The French are more cautious than their European neighbors about the practice of teleworking

Published on : 06/01/2022 – 13:30Modified : 06/01/2022 – 13:31 Despite the two years of pandemic and the restrictive measures to fight against the health crisis, the practice of teleworking remains for the French a one-off response, and not a new way of working. The Ifop comparative study was carried out between September 21 and … Read more

When the labor shortage disrupts the relationship to work

The year 2021 will have been marked by the labor shortage. And this economic and social phenomenon is likely to mark the months and even the years to come. In the United States, more than 10 million vacancies were unfilled in September. The trend is also affecting China and much of Europe. This shortage concerns … Read more

When the labor shortage disrupts the relationship to work

Published on : 31/12/2021 – 12:37 The labor shortage strongly affects the hotel and restaurant sector in France (Photo of illustration). AFP/Remy Gabalda The year 2021 will have been marked by the labor shortage. And this economic and social phenomenon is likely to mark the months and even the years to come. In the United … Read more

Labor shortages in France: “help, nobody wants to work” …

Published on : 21/12/2021 – 09:58 In France, eighteen months after the onset of the health crisis which shut down entire sections of the economy, certain sectors of activity are facing a labor shortage. There were already difficulties before this crisis, but the phenomenon is accentuated. According to the Banque de France, 44% of companies … Read more

Central banks in working order to fight inflation

Published on : 16/12/2021 – 12:22 Faced with inflation forecasts due to surging prices for petroleum products and pressures on certain supplies, central banks are reacting. The US Federal Reserve kicked off on Wednesday evening, deciding to withdraw support for the economy. From March 2022, the institution will put an end to its bond purchases … Read more