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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
G-20 leaders acknowledged that reducing inequality, creating jobs and ensuring inclusion were essential for ensuring stable economies during the G-20 Summit, held in the shadow of terrorism, the flight of refugees from fear and the threat of further economic crises, said the L-20
Debates in the new government may emerge over the election pledge about the minimum wage, a 30 percent hike that already concerns businesses
PARIS - Agence France-Presse
Air France-KLM's human resources manager was "almost lynched" Oct. 5 by striking workers, who stripped him of his shirt in a protest over the ailing airline's plan to cut 2,900 jobs.
Some 94.12 percent of blue collar workers and intermediate employees in Turkey would live abroad if they have the chance, according to a study conducted by Eleman.net with the participation of 12,705 people
KOCAELİ - Anadolu Agency
Roma People Confederation of Turkey head Ahmet Çokyaşar said the organization is working to build a textile factory to employ Roma people in the northwestern province of Kocaeli in cooperation with authorities.
KAZAN - Reuters
After years of fighting climate change - and usually losing - Turkey’s farmers are turning to modern technology for a deceptively simple solution
FRANKFURT - Reuters
A German court ruled Lufthansa pilots must halt a strike on Sept. 9 that led to the cancellation of around 1,000 flights, in an increasingly bitter row over cost cuts and pay at the airline
Air France will go ahead and cut hundreds of jobs as planned next year under the first part of a restructuring plan that has triggered violent protests, the chief executive of Air France-KLM said on Oct. 18
At least 1,138 workers have died in the first eight months of 2015, according to a monthly report recently released by a non-governmental organization dealing with worker health and safety issues, with at least 158 worker deaths in August alone.
Turkey’s unemployment rate rose to 9.8 percent in July, increasing slightly from 9.6 percent a month earlier, the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) reported on Oct. 13
Labor and Social Security Minister Faruk Çelik said on Aug. 22 the government has reached an agreement with representatives of civil servant unions on a raise in public workers’ wages
Hacer Boyacıoğlu - ANKARA
Following a change in income per capita calculation, which increased the target to $19,506 from $10,936, unemployment also falls with new formula, without any new jobs added
A majority of blue collar workers have named poor working conditions as the biggest reason to find a new job, according to a survey by Eleman.net, a leading recruitment website for this group of laborers.
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