Greece’s Inspector General says 7,000 Suspensions is an Outrageous Number

  Despite that the competent Greek Ministers anticipated the suspension of thousands of unfaithful civil servants, the General Inspector of Public Administration, Leandros Rakintzis, speaking...

Greek Supreme Court Paves Way for Reinstatement of Wages to Men and Women in...

The Greek Supreme Court's advisers voted almost unanimously in favor of thousands of military, police and coast guard personnel who saw their wages slashed...

Greek Aegean Airline Facing Ryanair

The increase in tourism in Greece has led to significant changes in domestic and foreign air travel. This has encouraged foreign airline companies to...

Eurostat: September Unemployment in Greece at 27.4%

Eurozone unemployment remained at 12.1% in November, according to figures published by Eurostat today. In the EU-28, unemployment also remained stable at 10.9%. In November...

Karelia: Most Employee-Friendly Company in Greece

Greek tobacco company Karelia, in a time when the Greek economic recession deepened, gave its employees bonuses of up to 2.5 million euros, while 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...

Unemployment in Greece Reaches Record Rate

According to data released on Wednesday by the Greek Statistics Service, unemployment in Greece has reached the historical level of 27.4%. Unemployment rate increased by...

“They Beat Us, Burn Us and Pay Three Euros per Hr”

A female employee of a company that sells confectionery products, "Kouvarakis," in Sitia, Crete, reported several cases of mistreatment to labour inspection services. "They offend us, beat...

Number of Greek Civil Servants Has Decreased

After the demand of Greece's lenders for staff reduction in the public sector, it appears that the Greek government managed to decrease the number...

Protesting School Wardens Arrested

  At about 5 am on Tuesday morning, eighteen school wardens gathered outside the Ministry of Administrative Reform to protest against the dismissal and suspension...

Greek Employees Left Unpaid for More Than a Month

  Nearly half of Greek enterprises owe money to their employees, and only four out of ten employees are receiving their salaries on time. According to...

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...

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