Special Report on
The Labour Law
The Labour Law - Trends
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Compared to the early 1970s, unemployment rates are now higher in almost all developed countries. In the 1990s, overall unemployment in OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) countries rose from its already unacceptably high level at the end of the previous decade. The number of unemployed persons was 36 million. Especially grim have been developments in Europe. In OECD countries in North America and Oceania, unemployment has declined much more than in Europe in recent years. In Japan, the unemployment rate has traditionally been much lower than in other OECD countries, but it ...
The European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) is participating in the Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) taking place from the 7th to 9th of July. The trade union delegation led by John Monks, General Secretary of the ETUC, called on the Belgian Presidency to lead a growth policy coordinated at European level and to support quality employment. The ETUC warned against the current tendency of European governments to consider that the only way to generate competitiveness and growth is to reduce public spending and social benefits. The European social ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
THE LABOUR LAW
- jacob_99 @ItsJustaRide yeah labour supporters tend to support the upholding of the due process of law; which party do you support, the anarchists?
- mayssamaha umm I think the storm might have triggered my sister-in-law's labour!! might be a false alarm so stay tuned folks! #Imightbeanauntsoon
- granatstein Feeling hot under the collar? Employer have obligations when it comes to heatwaves: Labour and employment law is n... http://bit.ly/8ZpC0K
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