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90% senior executives now expect to work from home, according to recruitment research

76% of companies say hiring is no longer city-dependent due to COVID-19 77% of employers have already adjusted their Employee Value Proposition during COVID-19, and a further 16% plan to make changes Survey by Talent Works also reveals that 40% of recruitment budgets have increased during the pandemic to help companies fill roles Boston, US;… Read More »

Research reveals why redheads may have different pain thresholds

New research led by investigators at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provides insights on why people with red hair exhibit altered sensitivity to certain kinds of pain. The findings are published in Science Advances. In people with red hair (as in numerous other species of animals with red fur), the pigment-producing cells of the skin —… Read More »

Research Says These Specific Facial Expressions Mean Someone Is Definitely Interested In You, So…

Today in news-that’s-not-really news: Science officially confirms flirting works. (Science = a study conducted by researchers from the University of Kansas). But actually, there’s more to the okay/duh/obvious results. In addition to confirming that flirting is definitely A Thing and aids in showing romantic interest in someone, that same research, now published in the Journal… Read More »

Valitor research helps restaurants as they reopen to exceed customer expectations

3rd July 2020: Payments solutions company Valitor has created a list of key recommendations which could help restaurants and bars exceed customer expectations when they reopen tomorrow. With restaurant and bar owners currently developing safe ways of working and selling for their businesses, the critical question is, will diners return and how will they choose… Read More »

Bald men at higher risk of having severe coronavirus, shocking new research suggests

Researchers believe the link is so strong that they have called for baldness to be listed as a risk factor called the ‘Gabrin sign’ This is after Dr Frank Gabrin, the first US physician to die of coronavirus, who was also bald. Lead author of the study, Professor Carlos Wambier of Brown University, told The… Read More »