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Video Manufacturing Video The report says management at the Next Collections Limited factory, which is owned by local business giant Ha-Meem Group, issued phony pay slips to cover up the fact that employees are forced to work twice as many hours. The
The average Boston police officer earns an annual salary of nearly $110,000 $10,000 of which is for time not worked, according to city documents obtained by the Herald. Police officers rack up money while not even on the job on average $9,753 for
As a former player speaking to most casual fans, they really do not know what the daily life is like for their favorite players. They watch the games on Sundays and assume a few practices during the week and way too much free time on guys hands...
Suggested Topics Five months after the devastating fire that killed more than 1,100 clothes factory staff in Bangladesh, an investigation has found evidence of employers abusing workers' rights. The BBC's Panorama programme found staff making clothes
Media playback is unsupported on your device Is working 9-3 the best way to make a living?...The New Economics Foundation said a shorter, more flexible working week would be good for workers, the environment and the economy. Tina Miller, a professor
You're now a part of the Inc. community, the leading online resource for private business leaders and innovators. Employment laws strictly determine how you pay your employees...Can you imagine what it would be like to have a personal assistant who
Known as the Fiji Melanesia Development Community Association, it has the membership of descendants of mostly people from the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu who were brought to Fiji during the blackbirding era. The first group of blackbirders arrived in
W hile it is a well documented fact that combination of hard work and talent leads to success, there is no denying that luck' also plays an important role, but there is no secret to that luck. It is just about doing right things at right time and
The president of the AFL-CIO said the organization, traditionally made up of unionized workers, needs to open its doors to accept non-union members. "The crisis for labor has deepened. It's at a point where we really must do something differently.
The labor ministry has started a crackdown on so-called black companies that force young employees to work terribly long hours for very little pay. The ministry said it would look into about 4,000 such companies and, if violations are found, send