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Mass layoffs started at Twitter on Friday, following the platform’s takeover by Elon Musk. Here’s what we know so far.
Does Elon Musk really plan to cut 75% of Twitter's jobs?
Twitter has denied plans to lay off 75 per cent of its workforce.
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Boomerang employees are the latest trend in the world of work. Here's what they are and why employers and employees are embracing the concept.
Spain fines delivery app Glovo €79 million for violating labour laws
The Spanish government says Glovo's couriers were illegally classified as self-employed instead of contracted employees.
Netflix fires editorial staff: Is the streaming giant falling apart?
Netflix has suddenly fired many of the employees from its editorial platform Tudum. Only a week after it published disappointing subscriber numbers, is the streamer in dire trouble?
13 reasons employers in Ireland can refuse the right to remote work
Ireland published a new bill to crystallise the right to work remotely, but it has been criticised by unions and employment lawyers.
UAE becomes first Gulf state to introduce 4.5 day working week
The government said it would “boost productivity and improve work-life balance” as the country aims to improve its competitiveness.
Latvian employers can dismiss unvaccinated workers, says parliament
All health care, education, and social care sector workers are required to get a COVID-19 vaccine in Latvia.
Firms in Hungary can now require their employees to get a COVID jab
It comes as Hungary is facing a surge in COVID cases and deaths not seen since May.
Why your boss showing empathy may make you more productive at work
A new study shows that empathy is a necessity for leaders in today’s workplace and may be key to keeping workers amid “The Great Resignation”.
Monitoring employees remotely is more about trust than control
Research says 80 per cent of employers are use monitoring software to oversee remote workers but this erodes trust and can lead to less productivity.
Iceland’s four-day week trial an 'overwhelming success'
The trial found that workers’ productivity and well-being improved. It went so well that now most Icelanders work a shorter week.
The EU is planning new safety rules for the workplace - wherever it is
Nearly 40 per cent of employees worked at home during the pandemic. The EU is now looking to protect worker health and safety - wherever the office is.
Gig work companies have been slated in new Oxford University ranking
Courier service Amazon Flex and cab companies Ola and Bolt scored zero out of 10 for fairness to their workers. How did others fare?
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Should workers have pay deducted for coffee and cigarette breaks?
Spain's High Court has ruled in favour of a company that began deducting time for employees who took breaks for coffee and cigarettes.
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Once considered a hindrance to the ageing population, technology has the potential to bridge the gap between the seasoned worker and the savvy millennial with a start-up attitude.
Policymakers should better protect outdoor workers from the sun ǀ View
In Europe alone, 14.5 million workers spend at least 75 per cent of their working lives outdoors without adequate protection and are at greater risk of developing skin cancer. Yet this invisible risk is being vastly neglected.
European Court says all companies must record employees' working hours
The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies operating in EU member states must set up a system to record the working times of their staff