labour unrest


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labour unrest

labor unrest (Am) nagitazioni fpl operaie
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Also in the first half of the year, the labour unrest at the ports that led to a three-day shut down didn't help our cause either.
The committee urged the Treasury to ensure contractors are paid on time to avoid delay and labour unrest.
"If they don't return [to work], we will keep the factories shut," president of Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) Siddiqur Rahman said at a press conference on Sunday as the labour unrest entered its second week.
Mates, The Great Labour Unrest: Rank-and-File Movements and Political Change in the Durham Coalfield (Manchester: Manchester University Press 2016)
There was acute labour unrest in the country during the early 1970s but that was also the era which created awakening among industrial workers about their rights under the labour laws.
The labour unrest comes as the government try to change laws regulating working hours and lay-offs.
Data sources include publications on French-colonial-period labour unrest, newspapers in the past six decades, and 41 interviews, mainly in southern Vietnam, with workers, labour resistance organisers, reporters, and a few enterprise managers/owners and state and union officials.
South Africa's mining sector will face persistent headwinds due to labour unrest, mineral price weaknes s, further divestments and retrenchment.
Authorities are happy with investor interest in the privatisation of the Limassol port's commercial operations, an official said a day after the government received a total of 14 offers from 10 bidders who factored in labour unrest.
Despite this, weak mineral prices and continued labour unrest will curb the country's mining sector growth outlook over the coming quarters.
"I wonder if there is going to be some sort of chilling effect on cartoonists and satirists in general, kind of backing off from highly sensitive topics," said Jeremy Nell, a South African cartoonist whose work in various publications has poked fun at the ruling party and national ills such as corruption and labour unrest.