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Turkey’s unemployment rate held steady at 10.2 percent in June, which covered the May-July period, unchanged from the levels of one month and one year earlier, data from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) showed on Sept. 15
Britain’s unemployment rate has fallen to a new year 42-year low, official data showed on Sept. 13, but wages growth remains far below overall inflation.
U.S. job growth surged more than expected in June and employers increased hours for workers, signs of labor market strength that could keep the Federal Reserve on course for a third interest rate increase this year despite benign inflation.
DOHA - Reuters
Qatar’s ruler has introduced a law giving broad protection to tens of thousands of foreigners working as maids, cooks, cleaners and nannies, addressing some concerns long highlighted by human rights groups.
Şebnem Turhan – ISTANBUL
The vast majority of Syrians in Turkey are employed in unregistered work for significantly lower wages compared to their Turkish counterparts, a new survey has shown.
One million women in Turkey have quit their jobs over the five-year period from 2010-2015 as a result of the duties bound to childcare, in addition to 112,000 others who have quit their jobs to care for the elderly, according to a study by the Turkish Enterprise and Business Confederation (TÜRKONFED)
A deadline of July 13 has been set for both employers and employees to submit the final text of their proposal for a severance payment, Labor Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu said on July 5.
Turkey’s unemployment rate dropped to 10.2 percent in May, which covered the April-June period, falling further from a seven-year high at the start of the year but up from 9.4 percent in the same month last year, data from the Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) showed on Aug. 15
The government sealed the collective bargaining deal with the union confederation of public workers and the Ministry of Labor and Social Security on July 3.
Discussions between labor unions and the government over wage rises for millions of civil servants and retired civil servants in Turkey for 2018 and 2019 began on Aug. 1
BURSA - Doğan News Agency
The government has agreed on labor conditions with nearly 200,000 public workers and a respective collective bargaining deal will be signed on July 3 in an ceremony with the attendance of Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, Labor and Social Security Minister Mehmet Müezzinoğlu said late on July 1.
Turkey’s unemployment rate declined to 10.5 percent in the April period, which covered data from March to May
A western Indian state has agreed to write off loans to farmers estimated to be worth nearly $5 billion after 11 days of protests that have strangled supplies to the country’s financial capital, Mumbai.