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Analysis: Airlines face hurdles to cashing in on China reopening
Global airlines’ capacity to and from China could reach 25% of 2019 levels by April, but widebody planes may be prioritised for the lucrative trans-Atlantic route.
Analysis: China’s 2023 economic outlook
China faces uncertainty in 2023; COVID-19 remains difficult, and experts and business leaders expect the dampening effects of the credit market to persist.
Steps to take when a remote job turns out to be more office-based
Fix the problem by communicating, agreeing work expectations, and presenting an evidence-based business case to your boss, while considering backup options.
The future of work: Back to the office
Office accommodation is moving toward shorter leases and flexible working set-ups — and demand is growing for prime real estate.
7 tips to boost engagement in hybrid meetings
Avoiding side conversations, keeping mobile devices out of sight, and being on camera are starting points for effective hybrid meetings.
New York City office leasing surges but stays below pre-2019 level
Office leasing volume rose 27.6%, the strongest quarterly gain since the end of 2019, but remained below the quarterly average in the five years through 2019.
Finance professionals place significant value on remote work option
Nearly one-third of UK survey respondents said they would quit their job if they lost their ability to work from home.
Sri Lanka's economy shrinks 8.4% amid fertiliser, fuel shortages
With agreement on IMF assistance and high inflation levels, overall economic contraction of 8% to 10% is likely in 2022, according to projections.
Analysis: How the semiconductor shortage could last into 2024
Experts differ on when the microchip shortage will end as companies work to redesign products and rethink procurement strategies.
5 ways to create intentional collaborations in a hybrid workplace
Employees are finding new ways to work together, but leaders must be proactive in creating those opportunities.
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