The Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association, which facilitated the strike, decried the insufficient pay and the lack of medicine and equipment.
In a complaint to Avery Dennison's management, the union says many workers were employed on contract for at least 5 years and should have been made permanent staff.
A Dec 6 human resources ministry directive states teachers in DG41 grade and above are not allowed to hold any office in a union under the Trade Unions Act 1959.
The battle for better work-life balance has been met with fierce resistance from company bosses and stirred wider debate about quality of life and the future of work in booming Germany.
Unions and students have protested the mass layoffs, which have involved 12% of all professors under Estácio.
AmBank chairman defends merger with RHB, dismissing claims by analysts that it will not see any synergy in offerings.
Bank is offering staff a voluntary separation scheme as part of a restructuring exercise, says National Union of Bank Employees.
It says many teachers have to use their own Internet services to enter data of students because of delay in installing 1BestariNet.
It says the government should provide more locomotives and freight trains to run services efficiently and cut losses.
PSM slams MTUC for welcoming the TPPA and ‘taking a short cut’ to labour reforms, while overlooking the cost to job security.
Two companies fail to set aside the Human Resources Minister's order to recognise unions.
Pong Sul Ahn, regional specialist of the International Labour Organisation says rights of migrant workers and freedom of association must be protected.
Staff worry Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad could end up like Malaysia Airlines, saying takeover move by government trustee body is not right.
12Page 2 of 2