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Largest wave of industrial action in decade expected in UK
Half a million workers expected to walk out in strikes across the UK, making it the largest wave of industrial action in more than 10 years
'Significant disruption' warning as UK braces for mass strikes
The industrial action involves school teachers and classroom assistants, some bus and train drivers, security guards, civil servants, and staff at 150 universities.
Thousands of school staff in pay protest march in Portugal
Thousands of school staff in Portugal marched through Lisbon to demand better pay and conditions in the latest in a series of protests against education reforms suggested in December.
Train strikes: Here's how much train drivers are paid around Europe
Train strikes over pay disputes are common. But what are train drivers actually paid?
Lufthansa staff see wage hikes up to 19% following strike action
Germany's Lufthansa and labour union Verdi have settled on pay increases of up to €498 per month.
Non-office workers are fed up too – and at high risk of quitting
From retail to health care and construction, many employees can only dream of more flexible schedules and are so dissatisfied with their job that they're ready to quit.
Fact-check: 80,000 people did not protest Belgian support for Ukraine
Russian state TV misleadingly claimed that all protesting on 20 June wanted the Belgian government to stop sending aid to Kyiv.
Outcry as P&O Ferries boss admits breaking law in sacking nearly 800
Corporate behaviour and government responsibility are under scrutiny after Peter Hebblethwaite told a parliamentary committee the ferry company failed to consult unions.
Above-inflation pay rise for almost 900,000 UK public sector workers
Doctors and Teachers are set to be the biggest beneficiaries of wage increases as the Chancellor praised the "vital contribution" of all frontline public sector workers during the pandemic.
'Job catastrophe': 1.25 billion workers face major hit from COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is the biggest crisis since the Second World War, with more than a third of the global workforce at risk of "drastic" layoffs and wage cuts, warns the International Labour Organization.
Sustainable partnership calls for brands to reveal lowest wages
Nisolo and ABLE are working together to encourage the fashion industry to pay its workers a living wage.
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Road Trip Europe Day 31 Sandanski: Demand for better living standards
Bryan Carter and Apostolos Staikos continue our European road trip by heading to Bulgaria just in time for Orthodox Easter, to find out what voters there are thinking before the European elections next month.
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Since the onset of the economic crisis in 2008, the working poor has emerged as a growing concern in Europe. Those who belong to this group are employed but their income isn’t high enough to maintain the typical standard of living in their society.
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France strikes expected to cost hundreds of millions for public companies
Air France and SNCF have estimated the costs of the strike
Time to get paid as report says EU's workers missing out on growth
The EU may be enjoying its longest period of sustained economic health, but pay for most of its workers is lagging behind profits says report.
Workers in nine European countries ‘earned less in 2017 than 2010’
A study assessing wage growth among European workers from 2010 to 2017 has found that salaries in some countries have tumbled by as much as 20 per cent.