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UK tech jobs rebound after lockdown freeze

Over the last three months, recruitment for tech jobs has quickly recovered from the inevitable slump during lockdown. In fact, according to Tech Nation’s new Jobs and Skills Report 2020, the number of advertised tech job vacancies increased by 36% between June and August. Only the healthcare sector recruited for more jobs in this period, suggesting that tech jobs and skills continue to be a high national priority even as recession hits.

Mobile Crane At Construction Site

Construction take-up of wearable tech on the rise

Wearable technology, such as smart helmets and smart watches, is increasingly being adopted by the usually traditional construction industry, as it looks to improve the safety of workers and quickly identify site risks, a report states.

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Equiem: Landlords need to rebuild trust with occupiers

Global property technology company, Equiem, has published the results of its most comprehensive global office occupier survey to date, providing landlords and tenants alike with valuable insights into occupier sentiment amid Covid-19.

Colliers Working From Home Report

Are managers ready to lead distributed companies?

Findings from 5,000 respondents to a global survey by Colliers International have painted a detailed picture of the productivity of workers during lockdown and the implications of extended working from home on companies and staff.

Drones Connected Places Catapult

Enabling unmanned aircraft traffic management

A new report from Connected Places Catapult explores the steps the UK has taken to be at the forefront of commercial drone development and identifies those yet to be taken to remain in the global race towards unmanned traffic management.