Greece’s Public University Professors To Go On Strike the First Two Days of September...

The union of public university professors, POSDEP, is giving what they are calling a warning by going on strike Monday and Tuesday - the...

Bob Traa: Greece Needs 30 Years to Stabilize From the Economic Shock of the...

The bailout program that lasted for eight years has negative "long-term consequences" on the demographics in Greece, according to Bob Traa, the first International...

Eurozone Official Says Discussion to Suspend Upcoming Pension Cuts ‘Premature’

A senior eurozone official has said that the issue of upcoming pension cuts will go forward as soon as representatives of Greece's creditors go...

Workers at Hellenic Petroleum Protest Privatization

On Monday, Greece's attempt to seal the deal in the privatization of Hellenic Petroleum was prevented by workers at the facilities who walked off...

Greek Seamen Call September 3 Strike

Greek officials express concern over the decision by the PNO seamen's federation to call a 24-hour strike for September 3 as the tourism season...

Greece’s Labor Min Reports Job Losses Outnumber Jobs Added in July

For the second consecutive July, Greece saw more job losses than hires. According to the Labor Ministry’s Ergani database, there were 239,080 new hires throughout...

Greek Hospital Workers, Police Clash in Anti-Austerity Protest (video)

Members of the national union of public hospital workers (POEDIN) on Monday clashed with police in a protest outside the Finance Ministry over ongoing...

Greeks Have to Work 198 Days to Pay Taxes

Greeks have to work 198 days in order to pay their annual taxes, a study conducted by the Center for Liberal Studies (KEFIM) says. According...

Greek Workers March Against Austerity in Athens (video)

Striking workers, pensioners and students marched through central Athens on Wednesday in protest against a new wave austerity measures that will kick in after...

Flights Cancelled, Ships Docked Ahead of General Strike in Greece

Athenians and visitors alike face more transport chaos on Wednesday as unions call another 24-hour strike. Public transport employees in Athens will down tools as...

OECD Report Reveals Greeks to be EU’s Hardest Workers

New data on working hours from the Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation (OECD) has blown away the stereotype of 'lazy' Greeks basking in the sun,...

Greek Public Sector Union Calls for Strike Action

The public sector employees' union ADEDY is again boycotting the evaluation of staff working for the state, urging them to go on strike. In order...

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