Labor
Torn apart from families, almost 400 remain in detention after ICE raids in Mississippi

Around 680 workers from seven food processing units were detained by ICE on Wednesday in the largest single-state operation in recent times

Toyota to suspend more than 5,000 workers in Argentina

The decision to lay off personnel was taken by the company to compensate for the losses incurred due to the drop in sales

Tea workers in West Bengal to hold united rally

Despite years of struggle and negotiations with the Government, the hundreds of thousands of tea workers in West Bengal are still not paid minimum wage

Bangladesh’s dairy farmers hit hard with milk ban

The high court in Bangladesh has banned production, distribution and sale of pasteurized milk for 14 companies and now dairy farmers have nowhere to sell their milk

Costa Rican teachers mobilize against regressive labor bills

The teachers and workers from across sectors are mobilizing against bills that threaten the right to strike, freedom of association and the survival of trade unions.

Police emergency call center workers win concessions after strike

The strike was called off by the unions after South Africa Police Service assures the union that the call center workers’ employment will be shifted from Public Service Act to Police Act, which would raise their pay and provide additional benefits.

Argentine public transport workers fight for wage increase

The workers are demanding a 20% increase in salaries and a bonus of 16,000 pesos.

Workers of Walmart Chile carried out largest private sector strike in years

Due to the strike, about 130 stores of various supermarket chains owned by the company remained closed, while more than 100 operated for half day.

Workers of Walmart Chile reject company’s offer and vote to go on strike

The workers are demanding better wages and reincorporation of the workers who will be unemployed in the coming months after the digital transformation of the company.

Workers’ power brings Uruguay to a halt

The national trade union center called for a multisectorial general strike in solidarity with the gas workers of MontevideoGas and against the International Labor Organization’s decision on collective wage bargaining.

Over 200 mine workers stage underground sit-in at Lanxess mine in South Africa

The sit-in came in response to the company’s inaction on an alleged sexual harassment complaint from one of the employees

UK trade union successfully negotiates pay rise for workers at Argos

The trade union Unite was successful in negotiating 19% pay rise for a section of workers in the Argos warehouse thereby ensuring a parity in wages between the workers in the unit.

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