The union’s demand of a phased wage hike for mine workers, along with other health and housing benefits, is in light of the windfall gains accrued by the mining companies due to soaring prices of the platinum group metals
The strike began on Monday and will continue till Tuesday night with another day of action scheduled for September 27. 93% of the pilots who took part in a ballot in the last week of August approved the strike proposal by the British Airline Pilots Association.
Accredited Social Health Activists from the state of Andhra Pradesh in India demand the immediate release of honorariums and the withdrawal of a discriminatory grade points system that assesses their performance
Public sector workers, who have not received a cost of living adjustment in the last three years, are demanding a wage hike to compensate for the rising prices.
The union has demanded a 12% hike for the approximately 306,000 workers in the sector, in addition to transport allowance for fuel station workers employed for night shifts.
Led by the GIWUSA, the workers have been demanding a hike for 8.5% across the board to counter the cost of living and regularization of the workers hired through labor brokers.
Bulgarian workers in the security, coal mining, arms and medical care sectors, among others, are mobilizing for sustainable wages under the banner of the Podkrepa Labor Confederation and other unions
The workers are demanding a 20% increase in salaries and a bonus of 16,000 pesos.
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
The citizens’ group, Ei enää leikkirahaa (No more play money), is organizing a campaign, demanding an increase in salaries. A proposal to modify the teacher to children ratio is also being pushed through a constitutional provision for direct democracy
Unions say that the cork companies in Portugal, whose profits have increased considerably, have been offering only minimal wage increases to workers
Unions say that low pay and lack of equity are significant contributors to the escalating teacher shortage and increasing class sizes.