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Turkish officials are studying a 'vacancy map' to outline sectors that would need Syrian employment
Turkish unemployment declined to the lowest level of 10 months in the period of May, sustaining a downward trend that has been continuing since the beginning of the year
ATHENS - Reuters
Greek doctors, prison staff and other state workers went on strike on Wednesday to protest against public sector firings imposed as part of the country's 240 billion euro international bailout.
Turkey has kicked-off studies to introduce easier work permit application and granting procedures for qualified foreign workers and investors to enhance the country’s investment allure
Regional demographic differences of Turkey’s poorest segments have been laid bare in a new ministry study
ANKARA - Anadolu Agency
Union membership in Turkey remains below 10 percent, falling far behind European Union and OECD averages, freshly announced data from the Labor Ministry has shown.
A three-month-long strike by workers from Turkey’s largest dairy producer, Sütaş, was halted by the intervention of gendarmerie officials July 8, following a request from the company
Turkey is set to fall behind even China in working conditions at coal mines and will become the world’s worst, according to a fresh report by TEPAV
Over 3,000 people, including children, are employed in Şırnak mines without receiving any social security while working in unsanitary and extremely dangerous conditions
NEW YORK - Agence France-Presse
Microsoft said Thursday it would slash 18,000 jobs from its global workforce over the next year, the majority from the integration of the Nokia unit acquired this year.
A recent legislative change has allowed quack Chinese engineers to work in Turkey without social security, creating unfair labor competition, the deputy head of the social security agency has saids
Unemployment in Turkey fell to 9 percent in April, marking its lowest point in 10 months, official data has shown.
An increasing number of Syrian refugees has started work in the service sector, thanks to their language abilities. Small shops in Ortaköy are employing Syrians to give a boost to trade
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