Asked about the concerns raised by employees, a company executive said, “If you are competitive enough, it doesn’t matter whether an overseas or Indian private player takes over, your job will be safe. It is a competitive world.”
“LABOUR RIGHTS VIOLATIONS” About 300 AOT AVSEC staff have recently joined the Wingspan Workers’ Union and Airport Workers of Thailand – a union which has nearly 1,800 members and plans to engage in collective bargaining to improve working conditions and terms at AOT AVSEC.
Stephen MooreStephen MooreSunday shows – Stimulus, election preparations dominate Moore: May through August has been ‘the four biggest months of job creation’ in US history Economist Moore claims he had a ‘similar’ experience to Rand Paul following Trump convention speech MORE, a member of Trump’s economic recovery task force, expressed confidence that the deferred taxes […]
As was noted in an initial evaluation of the TPP published in the Wall Street Journal, the combined U.S. trade deficit in manufacturing, including automobiles and auto parts, would increase by $55.8 billion under the TPP. Utilizing the conservative estimate of the Department of Commerce that each $1 billion in trade correlates to 6,000 jobs, […]
Decentralized pandemic measures widely accepted Reinhard Sager, the president of Germany’s counties (Landkreistage) association, said Tuesday that local health office tracing of COVID-19 patients, testing and containment — despite deficiencies — was recognized among local populations.
“The money is there. They are simply just not providing it to NHS staff. The government clearly has not got a clue about what it is doing and that is very scary. Nurses saved the lives of the prime minister. What more do we need to do to get paid properly?”
“The independent NHS pay review body makes recommendations to government on pay increases for NHS staff, including nurses, and we will consider their advice when we receive it, while continuing to listen to our valued staff and the trade unions to ensure everyone is rewarded fairly.”
TUC general secretary Frances O’Grady said: “Working people carried the burden of the pandemic. They must not bear the brunt of the recession. The Government must go all out to protect and create jobs and prevent the misery of mass unemployment.”
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“One time I was rushing to the food stall after taking an order, but the long queue of customers left me waiting for my turn for a while. As the customers frantically checked on their order, I had to make haste nearly ten kilometers for a timely delivery. Yet when I arrived, they rejected the […]