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Some 10,000 public sector employees held a mass protest march in Chile's capital Santiago Wednesday as part of a two-day strike over stalled discussions on increased pay. The protesters gathered in downtown Estacion Central around 10:30 a.m.
Former Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom has courted controversy once again, this time by reportedly suggesting that public sector workers and some unemployed people should be stripped of the right to vote...According to the Political Scrapbook website, Bloom
Senior public servants are being allowed to build up a much larger pension under complicated changes in the Budget that have gone unnoticed. The changes mean senior civil and public servants, like judges and county managers, who retire in the next
A trigger mechanism built into the heads of agreement between public-sector workers and Government, which would see parties returning to the bargaining table if inflation reaches 12.5 per cent, the Government says it has taken steps to engage the
26 September 2013 1 View comments The number of private sector workers saving into a company pension has collapsed to 2.7million, the lowest level since records began in 1953, official figures revealed yesterday. The statistics expose the rapid
Nicole Stewart of the Conference Board of Canada recommends employers implement health and wellness clinics to keep down sick days as workers age. (Paul Abel/Associated Press) Workers in Canada took an average of 9.3 sick days in 2011, with people in
Speaking at a Gleaner Editors' Forum at the company's North Street offices on Friday, Grant warned that runaway price increases are forcing trade unions representing public-sector workers to seek to renegotiate the wage freeze imposed under the
Mr Baird said the government was keeping its options open in response to Labor's move, including legal action or requiring further savings by departments under the labour expense cap introduced in the 2012-13 budget. Opposition industrial relations
Bay Area had a new reason to debate whether public strikes are a legitimate sign of working people's frustrations over shrinking pay and rights -- or the delusional tactics of a movement that's out of touch with economic reality. The Great Recession
He called Montague's questions a "misguided political attempt to undermine" the relationship between Government and public-sector workers. "No new wage increases have been granted to anybody, including parliamentarians and ministers and their staff,"