Lack of autonomy impacts employees, spotlight on the gender pay gap, payroll giving reaches new high

MUCH WAS made of the Sustainable Development Goals’ ambitious 2030 targets when they were officially unveiled at the start of 2016, but the early pace appears to be lacklustre. The World Health Organisation is warning that goals around drinking-water and sanitation won’t be met unless investment in the sector...

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