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05 October 2020 03:38

Swedish talks on labour reform collapses, political crisis looms

 

The Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO), the Federation of Salaried Employees in Industry and Service (PTK) and the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise last week failed to reach an agreement on Sweden’s law on employment protection (LAS), shelving the idea of a better employment agreement between the parties and giving employers more power in the dismissal of workers.Weiterlesen...


05 October 2020 03:38

After months of pursuing payment of appropriate wages to workers during the COVID-19 lockdown, the Sabah Timber Industry Union (STIEU) has finally reached a settlement agreement with the KK Assan Wood Factory agreement on 1 October at the Sabah Labour Department in Kota Marudu. Weiterlesen...


04 October 2020 07:25

Israel's Histadrut reminds us that the struggle for decent work neccesitates a new social contract for recovery and resilience. Weiterlesen...


02 October 2020 03:03

Under the theme “Power in Unity,” Ukraine’s Building Workers’ Union (PROFBUD) held its VIII Statutory Congress on 30 September gathering delegates and international guests in a mixed physical and online format.Weiterlesen...


29 September 2020 06:42

One photo. One caption. One powerful storyWeiterlesen...


29 September 2020 06:13

As protests against the Omnibus Law snowballed all over Indonesia, SERBUK joined thousands of farmers in a protest march in West Kararwang coinciding with the celebration of National Farmer’s Day (HTN) last 24 September.Weiterlesen...


24 September 2020 13:59

Responding to the call of 10 Central Trade Unions (CTUs) in, workers, including BWI affiliates across various Indian states, took to the streets on 23 September as part of a nationwide protest against the passage of three (3) labour code amendments, which they said will only further the interests of employers.
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22 September 2020 08:10

Responding to CGT’s call, more than a hundred worker rallies and demonstrations were organized in France on September 17 to demand wages increases, more jobs, an end to pension reform, stronger ecological policies and a fairer distribution of the nation’s wealth. Paris, Marseille and Toulouse were some of the centers of these huge demonstrations. Weiterlesen...


21 September 2020 08:42

The BWI Malaysian Liaison Council’s (BWI-MLC) new set of leaders hit the ground running by giving its overwhelming support for the development and implementation of a campaign to push for a law on industrial manslaughter in Malaysia. Weiterlesen...