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Covid-19 threat: Labour market recovery ‘slow and uncertain’

Covid-19 threat: Labour market recovery ‘slow and uncertain’

The United Nations’ International Labour Organization (ILO) said that the Covid-19 pandemic affected the global labour market. In its 2022 World Employment and Social Outlook Trends report, the ILO forecast that the number of hours…

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Covid-19 threat: Health workers in Delhi seek increment and risk hazard allowance

Covid-19 threat: Health workers in Delhi seek increment and risk hazard allowance

India – The third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting the country in full swing. It is also affecting the doctors and paramedics of the country. Doctors and paramedics are now demanding special increments…

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Women’s labour participation in Indonesia remains low

Women’s labour participation in Indonesia remains low

Indonesia – The labour participation rate of women in Indonesia remains low. Many women in Indonesia are also unemployed. Many women are still dependent on men for their basic needs. Indonesia’s Manpower Minister Ida Fauziyah…

Labour rights
Why do women workers not want to return to Foxocnn’s iPhone factory?

Why do women workers not want to return to Foxocnn’s iPhone factory?

India – Good payment, regular work life and many other amenities but still women workers are refusing to return to Foxconn’s iPhone factory in Tamil Nadu. The issue that these all are merely assumptions of…

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Foreign workers criticize UK farm labour scheme; Workers living without bathroom and running water

Foreign workers criticize UK farm labour scheme; Workers living without bathroom and running water

United Kingdom – Foreign workers in the UK (United Kingdom) under the seasonal workers pilot scheme were subjected to “unacceptable” welfare conditions. The UK government’s seasonal workers pilot scheme was launched in 2019. It allowed…

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Amazon workers crisis: One more chance to form a union in the coming month

Amazon workers crisis: One more chance to form a union in the coming month

United States – After failing in their first attempt, Amazon workers will once again be getting a chance to form a union next month in the Alabama warehouse. The federal labor board has set the…

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Afghani Top Diplomat In China Quits Over Unpaid Work

Afghani Top Diplomat In China Quits Over Unpaid Work

China – Sadly, it’s the Ambassador of Afghanistan to China who has had to quit work because he never got paid his wages. Apparently, since Taliban took over Afghanistan Mr. Javid Ahmad Qaem has been…

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Forced to allow employees wear BLM symbol? Whole Foods fears of jeopardizing its First Amendment rights

Forced to allow employees wear BLM symbol? Whole Foods fears of jeopardizing its First Amendment rights

United States – Amazon owned grocery chain of United States, Whole Foods Market has filed a petition in US court claiming that the government is pushing it to violate the constitutional rights. The Whole Foods…

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Why Are Journalists Feeling Unsafe To Report In Europe About Covid-19?

Why Are Journalists Feeling Unsafe To Report In Europe About Covid-19?

Europe – Many European nations that do not respect civil rights or freedom of press and speech are openly preventing journalists from reporting. Cases of anti-vaccine and anti-lockdown protests are being prevented from coming into…

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Citigroup to fire unvaccinated workers under ‘no jab, no job’ policy

Citigroup to fire unvaccinated workers under ‘no jab, no job’ policy

United States – Under the “no jab, no job” policy, Citigroup Inc staff in the United States (U.S) will terminate unvaccinated workers at the end of the month. It is the first Wall Street bank…

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