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Ground staff employed by Lufthansa are set to commence a strike on Tuesday

Ground staff employed by Lufthansa are set to commence a strike on Tuesday

The declaration of a strike by ground staff at Lufthansa, one of Germany's major carriers, has raised concerns about disturbances in travel and highlighted continuous labor debate inside the country's transport division. The strike, planned

Amazon Challenges the NLRB’s Authority in the Labor Dispute

Amazon Challenges the NLRB’s Authority in the Labor Dispute

Amazon has joined numerous organizations in a legal assignment towards the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB), arguing that the employer lacks a legitimate quorum to put in force legal guidelines. The NLRB has operated without

Amazon, SpaceX, and Trader Joe’s Trial Raise Apprehensions over National Labor Commission Regulation

Amazon, SpaceX, and Trader Joe’s Trial Raise Apprehensions over National Labor Commission Regulation

Amazon the E-commerce giant joined SpaceX & Trader Joe’s to argue that the working & structure of NLCR National Labour Commission regulation is harassing companies intentionally under the influence of some political leader. The e-commerce

EU Fails to Secure Gig Worker Rights Deal

EU Fails to Secure Gig Worker Rights Deal

The European Union has not reached a deal to establish protections and rights for gig economy workers across member countries. Gig workers rely on app or web platforms for income, working flexibly as drivers, deliverers,

9% salary boost witnessed by employees at Costa Coffee

9% salary boost witnessed by employees at Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee, a noticeable coffee and sandwich chain and a unit of Coca-Cola Co, made a critical declaration on Thursday with respect to its hourly-paid workforce. The company uncovered plans to execute a considerable wage

Shambhu Border witnesses violence as Police resort to tear gas amid farmers’ protest

Shambhu Border witnesses violence as Police resort to tear gas amid farmers’ protest

On Wednesday, farmers from various unions who were upset marched towards New Delhi, which prompted the Delhi Police to increase border security. The arrangement of police and paramilitary staff, alongside the foundation of numerous layers

SiriusXM Cuts 3% Of Workforce In Effort To Invest In Content And Technology

SiriusXM Cuts 3% Of Workforce In Effort To Invest In Content And Technology

SiriusXM, the satellite radio company, has announced that it will be cutting 3% of its workforce, impacting around 170 jobs. This comes just eleven months after the company cut its 8% workforce.  The layoffs are

Layoff season extends into February as SpiceJet, Cisco and other prominent names announce job cuts

Layoff season extends into February as SpiceJet, Cisco and other prominent names announce job cuts

India's cash-strapped budget airline SpiceJet has announced plans to lay off 1,400 employees or nearly 15% of its workforce, in an effort to cut expenses and retain investor interest, adding to the list of firms

Sudan crisis leaves 700,000 kids on brink of death: UN agency calls for assistance

Sudan crisis leaves 700,000 kids on brink of death: UN agency calls for assistance

Tens of thousands of children in Sudan are at risk of suffering severe acute malnutrition, the most dangerous form of hunger, after more than 300 days of conflict between rival Sudanese militaries. Both forces have

Companies Offer Higher Wages To Attract Workers Amidst Staff Shortages

Companies Offer Higher Wages To Attract Workers Amidst Staff Shortages

In 2023, there was good news for private-sector employees in terms of their earnings. The main reason for this improvement was the increase in the minimum wage. This change didn't just help those earning the