Trade unions

Indian workers’ protest against global brewery giant AB InBev crosses 500 days

The workers have been protesting low wages, illegal termination of union leaders, and the withdrawal of union recognition by the AB InBev management

British power plant workers to strike over inadequate wage hike

The workers of the Drax power plant in Yorkshire rejected a 2.8% wage offered by the company terming it as inadequate. They will conduct a series of six 48-hour strikes

Domino’s Australia faces class action lawsuit for underpayment of franchisee workers

The fast food giant has been accused of misleading franchisees across Australia into underpaying workers. According to unions, over 10,000 employees have been underpaid to the tune of “tens of thousands of dollars”

For the past six months, the Peruvian workers have been protesting against a new labor reform that seeks to implement a series of regressive measures.

After a 12-year-legal battle, 51 workers whose salaries had been cut for a 90-minute strike, were awarded the wages back with interest by a labor court in the India State of Tamil Nadu

Medicaid America

Critics of the new rule view it as an attack on the workers’ right to unionize and as a move to diminish the unions’ influence by targeting their funds.

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