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Bangladesh: Garment industry and labour rights

Udatta Bikash

The ready-made garment (RMG) industry in Bangladesh is at a door step of possibility. The annual foreign exchange earnings from the sector is now stands at US$ 28 Billion. 777 more words

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Labour tackles FG over alleged plan to sack 3,500 workers

Organised labour under the aegis of Association of Senior Civil Servants of Nigeria (ASCSN) has condemned alleged plan by the Federal Government to sack 3,500 public workers under the guise that their appointments were irregular and unauthorised. 37 more words

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10 worst mistakes hiring managers make

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. Hiring managers are employees who not only manage an existing team, but also actively manage the hiring of new employees. While not all hiring managers source candidates and advertise vacancies themselves, they are certainly all involved in the selection of job applicants for interviews. 1,201 more words

Discrimination

5 Things They Forgot to Tell You : Work & Jobs

As Maureen Dowd would put it, ‘The minute you settle for less than you deserve, you get even less than you settled for.”

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Health and Safety Policies are Business Assets

Every business owner is concerned with maximising assets and minimising losses in their company. Having Health and Safety Policies in place(regardless of which industry your business operates in), is an asset to each company. 181 more words

News

More peacemakers, fewer pacemakers: how to kill bullying at school and work

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. 20 January, 2017 – Childline KZN South Africa reports an increase of bullying at schools, with their operations manager Adeshini Naicker calling for stricter penalties against bullies. 986 more words

Conflict Prevention

Mothers are not the only ones who can raise children: let's share parental leave

By Barbara du Preez-Ulmi. If you are expecting a baby, or if you are adopting one, you will be able to stay at home for an entire year, most likely on full pay, and raise your child. 1,742 more words

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