Wednesday, February 10, 2016
To any friends traveling in Cambodia, please DON'T use Capitol Bus Service until they end the violence and respect the right to organize. CTWF union has been busted, arrested and beaten with hammers, metal bars and sticks. Video:
Alarming statistics prove that women are still very far from benefiting from equal conditions of access to the world's labor market.
A new report released Wednesday by the International Labor Organization confirmed the double discrimination that young women face around the world when accessing the labor market.
JAKARTA -- Indonesians are taking to the streets over slower wage growth and fears of job losses amid reports of well-known foreign companies leaving.
Labor protests usually heat up around November, the time when the following year's minimum wages are set. Unions nevertheless mobilized thousands to march Saturday through Jakarta near one of the nation's presidential palaces. Their grievances included mass layoffs.