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New study finds Gen Z fuelling ‘great resignation’ in workforce

New study finds Gen Z fuelling ‘great resignation’ in workforce

The youngest employees in the global workforce have expressed the greatest dissatisfaction with their current careers, and over a third plan on finding a new job within the next year. Gen Z and young Millennials are the most likely to switch jobs in the coming year and are the least satisfied with their current careers overall, a new study has found. Over 5,500 workers and small business leaders participated in the...

By London, UK
Activism 101: get informed & involved with these sites

Activism 101: get informed & involved with these sites

Want to make your mark and change world for the better? This is your yellow pages.  Last year, we wrote a comprehensive breakdown of the six stages of social activism with the aim of really fleshing out an enigmatic concept that has more relevance today than ever before. Lucky for you guys, change is our bread and butter here at Thred, and we're all about spreading the truth.  Step by step...

By London, UK
‘Green steel’ could retire fossil fuels from Sweden’s metal production

‘Green steel’ could retire fossil fuels from Sweden’s metal production

The world’s first batch of ‘green steel’ produced entirely without fossil fuels is being delivered to Volvo, where it will be used to build electric trucks. With climate news over the last month being anything but positive, we’re pleased to announce a rare decarbonisation milestone within the industrial industry. Manufacturing metals currently accounts for around 8% of global gas emissions and has been a constant thorn in the side of...

By London, UK
Boohoo to give factory tours amid exploitation allegations

Boohoo to give factory tours amid exploitation allegations

The fast fashion giant is giving the public a look inside its Leicester supply chain upon special request. Fast fashion retailer Boohoo is in hot water once again due to fresh accusations of sourcing their clothing materials from factories which engage in exploitative practices. The company is part of a fashion group which owns other popular brands such as Nasty Gal, Misspap, and PrettyLittleThing. The most recent allegations come from an identity-protected...

By London, UK