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Older female workers in UK 'twice as likely as men' to be informal carers
Older female workers in the UK are almost twice as likely as their male counterparts to be informal carers, a report by the Office for National Statistics found.
Survey: 60 percent of home health workers in the US lack info for patient care
More than half of home health workers in the US don't have enough information to properly care for patients, according to a new survey in Colorado.
ILO urges world leaders to guarantee workers' rights as robots cut jobs
World leaders have been urged by an influential United Nations agency to sign up to a universal labor guarantee to bolster fundamental workers’ rights, including adequate living wages and collective bargaining through trade unions.
Singapore helps firms retain workers past retirement age
Mohsin Khan is still at his job repairing aircraft hydraulics parts although the Singaporean turns 75 in a couple of months.
US IRS recalling 46,000 workers to handle tax returns
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is recalling about 46,000 of its employees furloughed by the government shutdown — nearly 60 percent of its workforce — to handle tax returns and pay out refunds. The employees won’t be paid during the shutdown.
Garment workers clash with police in Bangladesh, disrupt industry
Thousands of garment industry workers in Bangladesh have rallied near the capital to protest low salaries, disrupting an industry crucial for much national revenue.
Baton-wielding Bangladesh police fire tear gas to break up garment pay clashes
Baton-wielding Bangladeshi police fired tear gas to break up thousands of garment workers demonstrating for higher wages for a fifth day on Thursday, forcing dozens of factories to close
9 workers die in fire at Uralkali mine in Russia
Rescuers have found nine dead construction workers after a fire in a mine in Russia operated by potash maker Uralkali, Russian news agencies reported on Sunday.
Poll: Japan wants more foreign workers, but they may not want Japan
Days after Japan enacted a law introducing a foreign-worker program to bolster a labor force shrinking due to the aging population, a study showed it could struggle to compete with other developed countries to attract residents from overseas.
Singapore charges two Chinese workers over 'one-dollar bribes'
Singapore charged two Chinese migrant workers for demanding bribes as small as S$1 (73 US cents), its anti-graft authority said on Tuesday, stressing that the financial hub known for its clean image will not tolerate corruption no matter how small.
UK workers get biggest pay rise in a decade
British workers had their biggest pay rise in a decade in the three months to October as the country’s strong labor market showed no sign of weakening ahead of Brexit, official figures showed on Tuesday.
Four million British workers live in poverty, charity says
More than 500,000 British workers have been swept into working poverty over the past five years, according to a report that shows the number of people with a job but living below the breadline has risen faster than employment.
Tunisian public workers protest over pay, more than half a million strike
About 650,000 public sector workers went on strike and thousands protested across Tunisia on Thursday over the government’s refusal to raise wages amid threats from international lenders to stop financing Tunisia’s tattered economy.

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