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Women should "go forward in comfy shoes", say MPs debating work dress codes
British MPs discuss workplace dress codes after petition receives 150,000 signatures
"There is a lot of pressure" - how "Premium Friday" could help the Japanese
Euronews Editorial Project Manager Javier Villagarcía has lived and worked in Japan. Here he gives us his impression of how the country's working culture will be affected.
Japan tackles its workaholic culture
The government has launched the "Premium Friday" campaign encouraging firms to let workers out a few hours early on the last Friday of each month.
Swedish old folks' home abandons six-hour workday experiment
A six-hour workday experiment has been abandoned at one retirement home in the Swedish city of Gothenberg despite workers reporting better health, reduced absenteeism and improved quality of patient c
More turbulence for Lufthansa
The German flag carrier says an estimated 1,706 flights will be cancelled on Tuesday and Wednesday due to a long-running pay dispute between management and pilots.
Morocco's building trade goes green hot on the heels of Cop 22
Moroccan construction looks to energy efficiency
Brussels blocked by massive protest
Thousands of demonstrators who work in Belgium's health and welfare sector are angry about government plans for austerity measures.
Jordanian female plumbers aim to get more women into work
Maryam Mutlaq and 29 classmates are now qualified plumbers.Only 14% of women in Jordan work, but Maryam and her classmates don't see why.
Merkel tells German companies to speed up hiring of refugees
Chancellor Angela Merkel says Germany needed "viable solutions" to integrate refugees into the workforce faster after she met bosses of leading companies.
French parliament debates controversial labour laws as street protests grow
The French parliament has begun a potentially divisive debate over controversial changes to the country's labour laws.
Clashes in Paris at French labour reform bill protest
Police clashed with protesters in Paris on Thursday. Thousands of protesters took part in a march against a labour reform bill in Paris on Thursday
British retailer BHS goes into administration, 11,000 jobs could be lost
British department stores group BHS has collapsed into administration on Monday putting 11,000 jobs at risk with questions being asked who is to blame.
Black Wednesday in France as nationwide protests are planned against labour reforms
France is bracing itself for nationwide protests and some stoppages against a government proposed labour reform bill. Unions across the board are up
UK jobless rate unchanged, wage growth slows
Unemployment in the UK fell by 60,000 in the final three months of 2015, but despite the strong labour market wage growth slowed.
Skiving worker ordered to pay 27,000 euros to Spanish employer
A skiving civil servant has been ordered to pay back nearly 27,000 euros after it was found he was claiming wages for years in which he didn’t work
How did Spanish worker's six-year absence go unnoticed for so long?
The six-year absence of a Spanish civil servant from his post was only noticed when he became eligible for a long-service award, it’s emerged
Turkey to offer work permits to Syrian migrants
At least three migrants died on Monday when their boat capsized in the Aegean sea off the coast of Turkey. It’s understood the vessel was heading for
What's it like to work at Amazon?*
*according to the New York Times In a long exposé published on Sunday, the New York Times investigated, based on a large number interviews, some of
Ireland makes legal gender equality history
A new milestone has been reached in the battle to achieve gender equality in sectors that have been dominated by men for centuries. According to
American fast-food strikers mobilise for living wage
Fast-food workers in more than 150 cities in the United States are holding a national day of protest to press for a wage increase to $US15 an
Who gets the most time off in Europe?
British workers get just eight public holidays a year, putting them among those with the fewest annual days off in Europe. They are on a par with
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European pensions rights when retiring abroad
In this edition, we have a question from Charlotte, in Marseille: “I am a Belgian citizen and I currently reside in France. However, during my
My Europe Series
Working elsewhere within Europe
In this edition of U-talk Madeleine from Lyon, France asked: “I’m a university graduate from France. I found a fixed term contract in London from the