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PressTV: Argentina’s biggest unions go on strike

Fri Apr 11, 2014 2:2AM GMT

Argentina’s major labor unions have gone on strike over rising prices and crimes in the country, Press TV reports. 188 more words


Egyptian strike wave topples cabinet

From the March-April 2014 issue of News & Letters:

Egyptian strike wave topples cabinet

Workers in the state-controlled textile industry, mostly women workers, and public transport workers, sanitation workers, office workers, doctors, and even policemen launched a wave of strikes in the middle of February that caused Prime Minister Hazem el-Biblawi and his entire cabinet to resign. 256 more words


Teachers – A Class Lesson

26th March saw the latest one day strike by teachers. In Sheffield there was a sizable gathering at Devonshire Green, a short march, then an assembly in front of City Hall.  834 more words

Why Sutton Teachers Are Taking Action Today

Teachers in Sutton will be taking industrial action today as members of the largest teacher union, the National Union of Teachers, take part in a national strike. 335 more words

Union calls for possible action as Royal Mail announces jobs cut

The Unite trade union calls for possible industrial action after Royal Mail said 1,300 jobs are planned to be cut.
According to Reuters figures, … 118 more words


The Tragedy of Bob Crow

On Tuesday the famous and infamous leader of the RMT (The Rail, Maritime and Transport) union, Bob Crow, passed away from a heart attack aged 52. 1,494 more words


Aer Lingus to Sue SIPTU Over Proposed Strike Action

With strike action averted, a new issue now exists on the industrial relations horizon of Aer Lingus. As reported by RTE, Aer Lingus is suing SIPTU for damages incurred as a result of threatened industrial action that was due to take place. 282 more words

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