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Part-time employment has skyrocketed by 90 percent in crisis-stricken Greece as full-time employment has decreased by almost half a million workers. According to new figures...

Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Evangelos Meimarakis on Wednesday had a meeting with the presidium and members of the General Confederation of Greek...

The General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) labor union published a report regarding the rapid deterioration in the economy’s key indexes. The report has already reached the...

Downtown Athens is closed as of this morning, Friday, for strike rallies to commemorate Labour Day (May 1). Participants of a rally by the umbrella...

The 2015 budget was voted in Greek Parliament (by a vote of 155 in favor, 134 against, 1 present) at midnight amidst anti-austerity protests and scenarios that...

Almost the entire Greek Police force of the Attica region will be on alert on Saturday due to the sixth anniversary of Alexandros Grigoropoulos'...

Twenty-one-year-old Greek anarchist Nikos Romanos continues his hunger strike for the 26th consecutive day, in demand of an educational leave from prison in order...

Greek trade union organisations have announced plans for protest rallies this Sunday to demonstrate against the demands made by the Troika representing Greece's lenders. The General...

Greece is paralyzed after the 24-hour general strike of the General Confederation of Greek Workers (GSEE) and the Greek Civil Servants' Confederation (ADEDY) on...

Greek mass media will strike from 6:00 am on Wednesday until 6:00 am on Thursday, ahead of the general strike that has been scheduled by...

Today, Greece’s major labor unions have announced a 24-hour general strike for November 27 in order to protest against planned layoffs and pension reforms demanded...

The mountain villages of Epirus and Thessaly regions have the most aged population in Greece. As Greek newspaper "Ethnos" reported, according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority...