P&O Ferries, owned by Dubai-based DP World, has announced plans to cut 1,100 jobs in the UK citing the crisis in the ferry industry due to the COVID-19 lockdown
The crisis facing South African Airways today is due to the failure of the state to fulfill the collective agreements on how to rescue the state company, unions allege
The lack of raw materials from China has already caused the closure of 16 factories in Myanmar, resulting in at least 7,000 layoffs. Unions in the country fear large-scale job losses if the crisis situation continues
The 2009 Ssangyong strike took place in a post economic recession scenario, where the recession had been used by international capital as a justification for the crackdown on unionization and workers’ rights
We look at the nature of the crisis in the Indian IT sector, the duplicity of big corporates, and the advances made in organizing in the industry.
A strike was called by the Union of Monaco Trade Unions on November 6, against the restructuring plan announced by the management of the company
The closure of the plants will lead to the loss of almost 700 jobs. The US- based Aluminium giant, Alcoa, had a notorious track record all of violating workers’ rights across the world.
Nearly 3,500 workers are at risk of losing their jobs after the board of directors of the state-owned Petrotrin oil refining company decided to shut down the sole refinery in the country