Child Labor in Greece Decreases Despite Crisis

Child labor in Greece is decreasing, despite the economic crisis, according to the latest UNICEF figures from 2014. As presented in the UNICEF report entitled...

Greece’s ‘Brains’ who Emigrated Ask for Meritocracy to Return

"I would return to Greece if..." was the crucial question that the Brain Gain initiative posed to Greek professionals and scientists who fled the...

Young Greeks Who Left to Work Abroad Turn their Backs on Greek Public Sector

The promise of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras that his administration would stop Greece's brain drain by offering jobs in the public sector to university...

New Democracy Leader on Social Security Proposal: Govt Punishing Working People

Greek main opposition New Democracy leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis, fresh from his victory in an internal party election for president, sharply criticized the SYRIZA-led government...

Drop in Greek Minimum Wage Predicted for 2013

  According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) (released by Kathimerini), there is a large decrease in the net salary of the...

OECD: Greeks Are the Hardest Working People in Europe, But Not as Productive

Greeks are the hardest working people in Europe; however they are far from being the most productive, said a report by the Organization for...

Protest Against Benetton Store in Greece for Firing HIV Positive Employee

The "Reworkers" activist group, on Wednesday, demonstrated against a Benetton store in central Athens for the firing of an employee who is HIV positive. According...

Katrougalos: We Will Not Accept IMF’s Unfavorable Views in Changes to Social and Labor...

The IMF is asking for unfavorable changes in the social security system, but we will not accept them, Labor Minister Giorgos Katrougalos said on...

Over 37,600 Jobs Lost in November in Greece

Over 37,600 salaried employees in the private sector lost their jobs in November, according to Greece's labor ministry figures released on Monday. According to the...

85% of Greek Businesses are “Unethical”

Research conducted by the non-profit organization Future Leaders, shows that young people in Greece, aged 18 to 27 years old, believe that more than...

Bulgarian Workers Do Not Leave Greece Despite Debt Crisis

Despite the high unemployment rate in Greece due to the current debt crisis, no wave of Bulgarians leaving the country to return to their homeland...

Mitsotakis: The Law for Dismissals will be Applied

The political scenery regarding the dismissals in the public sector seems to be a bit messy. The Minister of Administrative Reform Kyriakos Mitsotakis issued...

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