Search
From Date :
To Date :
Serivce :
Query :
Keywords :
 ( Seprate With , )
Hong Kong office workers begin week of lunchtime protests
Hundreds of office workers in Hong Kong’s business district gathered on Monday for the first in a week of lunchtime protests backing the pro-democracy movement after its resounding victory in district polls last month in the Chinese-ruled city.
McDonald's workers sue over sexual harassment, 'toxic' work culture
McDonald’s Corp was sued on Tuesday by workers in the US state of Michigan who accused the American fast-food chain of allowing pervasive sexual harassment to flourish at its restaurants nationwide.
'So many dead' in attack on mine workers in Burkina Faso: Survivors
Survivors of a deadly ambush on a convoy of mine workers in eastern Burkina Faso, say “so many” people are dead, while regional authorities initially put the death toll at 40.
Singapore says it can’t close doors to skilled foreign workers
Singapore needs to remain open to skilled foreign workers, especially in the technology sector, in order to ensure the economy stays a globally competitive one, the nation’s trade minister said.
Japan, South Korea agree on need for dialogue to resolve feuds
Japan and South Korea on Wednesday agreed on the need for dialogue to resolve a feud over compensating Korean wartime workers that has spilled into trade, and put a deep chill on ties between Washington’s two biggest Asian allies.
Rapid robot rollout risks UK workers being left behind
British workers are being shut out of decisions over the rising use of robots in the UK economy, according to a report.
Louvre reopens after one-day closure due to overcrowding
The Louvre Museum in Paris reopened to the public Wednesday after being shut down for a day when workers complaining about overcrowding walked out.
McDonald's faces 25 new harassment complaints from workers
McDonald’s Corp. was accused on Tuesday in 25 new lawsuits and regulatory charges of condoning sexual harassment in the workplace and retaliating against employees who speak up.
Malaysia environment groups, Lynas workers rally over rare earths plant
Malaysian environmental groups and Lynas Corp workers held rival demonstrations in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday over concerns about radioactive waste from the company’s rare earths processing plant in the country.
Walmart doubling down on robot janitors
Walmart wants store workers to help out customers instead of mopping up floors and unloading boxes in backrooms.
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.

Page Generated in 3/4048 sec