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Spain strikes: Urgent warning to anyone with Ryanair flights booked
Cabin crew have begun five months of strike action but Ryanair believes it will have minimal impact on flights.
Portugal: Flights booked for August? Check these strike dates
Portugal is the latest country in Europe to be hit by strikes, with workers at all of the country’s major airports set to walkout later this month.
More than 1,000 Lufthansa flights cancelled as staff go on strike
Passengers have been stranded at Germany's busiest airports as strikes add to the ongoing travel chaos in Europe.
Four-day working week proves unpopular at Spanish company
The low sign-up rate has been attributed to a corresponding pay cut, and the risk of losing opportunities to progress within the company.
Former Tesla employees sue company over alleged mass layoffs
Two former Tesla employees have filed a lawsuit against the electric carmaker after it failed to give advance notice of alleged mass layoffs.
Apple shop workers in Baltimore suburb win milestone vote to unionise
The successful vote is one of many unionisation drives occurring at global giants such as Starbucks and Amazon, mostly led by workers in their 20s and teens.
Paris airport cancels 100 flights as workers strike
Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport has cancelled more than 100 Thursday flights after workers announced industrial action.
Biggest 4-day week trial ever signs up 70 UK organisations
Some 3,300 employees in the UK will be enjoying a four-day week as part of the biggest ever trial of its kind, which runs until January 2023.
Virgin Atlantic allows cabin crew to display tattoos
Virgin Atlantic has relaxed its ban on visible tattoos - though face, neck and head inkwork must still be covered.
Police detain May Day protesters in Istanbul
Turkish police prevent demonstrations and detain dozens of protesters in Istanbul on International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day.
Amazon planned to ban words like 'union' and 'fairness' from chat app
Users of a proposed internal social network would have been barred from using words linked to organised labour, leaked documents revealed.
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.
Who is the most boring type of person in the world?
According to the new study by The University of Essex, the dullest hobbies were deemed to be religion, watching TV, bird watching and smoking.
Union says Amazon interfering with re-run of election at US warehouse
Union officials said Amazon removed campaign materials and forced workers to attend anti-union meetings - a practice that is legal in the United States. Amazon said it complied with the law.
Play-to-earn crypto games: Legitimate income or ‘house of cards’?
During COVID-19, play-to earn crypto games like Axie Infinity exploded in popularity, particularly in developing countries. But now some critics caution that games like these are fuelled by speculation.
Green jobs: ‘Army of plumbers’ needed to help UK reach net-zero target
Thousands of green jobs could be created but progress is being threatened by a critical skills shortage.
A year since Brexit: How bad are the UK's labour shortages now?
"Not being able to recruit from the whole of Europe when we've been used to doing that for many years previously is really at the root of where the challenge exists," a London hotel manager told Euronews.
Could AI-powered robots replace recycling workers in the future?
The average European creates about five tonnes of waste every year, of which only 36 per cent is recycled. But these robots’ makers say that this number could be boosted if the hazardous job of waste sorting is handed over to machines.
The creative life: LEGO’s Julia Goldin on play at work
"One of the things we did during COVID was to use the bricks we had at home, to build a model of what our experience and state of mind was like," said LEGO's chief product and marketing officer, Julia Goldin.
Should your company give you more time off in the pandemic?
With few of us able to go on holiday during the pandemic, should workplaces offer more annual leave to make up for it?