Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Confederation of Employer Associations (TİSK) Head Yağız Eyüboğlu and Confederation of Turkish Trade Unions (Türk-İş) Head Ergün Atalay have both expressed concerns over the women and family employment draft bill, which was announced by Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu and is currently being debated in parliament
Although Turkey’s unemployment rate has recently climbed to 10.7 percent, there are more than 1.7 million unoccupied positions for job seekers in the country, according to data from the official Turkish Employment Agency (İŞKUR)
MERSİN – Doğan News Agency
Three workers died in a fire at a packaging factory’s dorm in Turkey’s southern province of Mersin on Feb. 5
Turkey’s unemployment rate increased to 10.7 percent in the November 2014 period, the highest since October 2010, the Turkish Statistical Institute revealed Feb 16
Around 57,000 children work over 40 hours a week in Turkey, according to a new study by Bahçeşehir University’s Center for Economic and Social Research (BETAM).
ANKARA - Doğan News Agency
The council of state has asked the government to clarify the reasons for suspending a strike by steel workers, questioning the “national security” concerns behind the cabinet decision
The government has suspended an ongoing strike in Turkey’s metal sector, citing national security.
Germany’s Hamburg airport temporarily shut its terminal building this morning after a strike by security staff caused overcrowding.
ISTANBUL / KOCAELİ
A group of metal workers began a strike on Jan. 29 around Turkey to protest poor wages in the sector and demand a better collective bargaining agreement with employers in the industry. Another group of metal workers are also planning to go on strike Feb. 19, increasing the total number of striking workers to some 15,000
Turkish capitalism has experienced a long period of growth in the period since 2002 when the Justice and Development Party (AKP) came to power.
Up to 15,000 metal workers are expected to go on strike today around Turkey to protest poor wages in the sector and demand a better collective bargaining agreement with employers in the industry
ISTANBUL – Doğan News Agency
The International Labor Organization’s (ILO) code on safety and health in construction entered into force in Turkey on Feb. 6
Nearly a quarter of around 3 million unemployed people in Turkey are university graduates, according to official figures
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