Tag: labour rights
The department says it is concerned with reports of misappropriation of employees' salaries without clear consent or reason.
Shah Alam High Court has deferred a decision on a maid's claim for RM30,000 in unpaid wages, says Tenaganita.
High recruitment fees mean that migrants often become trapped, working excessive hours in the hope of repaying their debt more quickly.
A worker who was laid off two months ago says they cannot expect anything from either their employers or trade union.
French President Emmanuel Macron has modified his approach to unions.
The strike will be held to demand better working conditions.
The workers' union is preparing a US$400,000 emergency fund to support workers if they opt to strike.
Russia's government may raise its retirement ages for men and women by five and eight years respectively.
Labour unions have threatened a total shutdown of Eskom’s operations unless it meets their demands for a 15% pay rise.
The CGT called for a strike on June 25 to protest against the government’s economic policies.
South Africa's minimum wage has been raised to 3,500 rand per month.
The strike was related to pay cuts imposed by the cash-strapped government.
Around half of Spain's prosecutors and judges took part in the strike.
A number of first-shift employees at a Cargill beef processing plant in Schuyler, Nebraska, refused to work in protest over recently implemented shift differentials provided to second- and third-shift employees.
HARARE: Zimbabwean nurses have called off a strike against poor working conditions and will return to work on Monday, a nurses union said on...
The strike left public hospitals understaffed and follows a month-long walkout by junior doctors that ended on April 2, 2018.
Following a ban imposed by the Philippine government on its citizens from working in Kuwait, the domestic workers from the Philippines who can no longer work there will be replaced by Ethiopians.
Other than the rail workers, staff at Air France, garbage collectors, and some energy workers will also be striking.
The strike had occurred due to discontentment over austerity measures imposed by the government.
Oil palm company Wilmar International provides passport lockers to workers so they can retrieve it on their own when travelling outside plantation.
The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, which facilitated the strike, decried the insufficient pay and the lack of medicine and equipment.
The Slovenian police are demanding a wage increase of around 15%.
As a protest against upcoming reforms to be passed by the Greek government, the Athens subway did not operate, and ships could not sail, as many went on strike.
Protesters from Greek Communist group PAME stormed the labour ministry to promote the right to strike.
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