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Indonesians working for Chinese telecom firm Huawei joined a strike Friday over claims their employer broke labour laws, in the latest industrial action to hit a foreign company in Indonesia. Some 150 workers in the capital Jakarta and the eastern
The Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) represents 80% of teachers and lecturers. EIS general secretary Larry Flanagan said members had to send a "strong message to the Scottish government". The Scottish government said it did not believe strike
Victorian teachers is illegal and is designed to coerce the state government into coming to an agreement over a long-running pay dispute, a court has heard. The government is taking Federal Court action against two unions claiming industrial action
Australian Premier Colin Barnett has agreed to meet with a union leader in a last-ditch effort to avoid a mass strike by Perth public hospital nurses angry over wages and conditions. The Australian Nurses Federation (ANF) is pessimistic an acceptable
Grangemouth refinery, where tanker drivers will begin industrial action on Friday. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Tanker drivers at an oil refinery will take industrial action from Friday in a dispute over pensions and pay. Unite said its members at
Australia's largest coal haulage operators will strike on Friday after pay negotiations broke down...The stoppage will begin at midday on Friday and run for 24 hours...While the Union is receptive to revised offers, Pacific National has barely budged.
A meeting of NUJ mothers and fathers of chapel agreed to extend industrial action across the BBC, nationally. Photograph: Neil Hall/Reuters Industrial action, including possible strikes, is to be extended from BBC Scotland across the corporation
P Group owned Gordon & Gotch in Wiri have today gone on strike. Union Transport & Logistics Secretary Karl Andersen said at issue was a company proposal to cut back workers' entitlement to redundancy compensation...Unemployment has shot up to over 7
These polls are not scientific and reflect the opinion only of visitors who have chosen to participate...Principals, parents and teachers are flabbergasted by the memo from the Education Department. The Australian Education Union said it was ''
The PCS union says Michael Gove is 'playing politics with people's livelihoods and the education of our children'. Photograph: Carl Court/AFP/Getty Images Civil servants in the Department for Education are preparing to ballot for industrial action