At Least 1.2 Million Greeks Could Work From Home

Some 1.2 million Greeks could soon be able to work from home, a Greek government agency reported this week. On Monday, the Center of Planning...

PPC Gives Good Customers Installments

With unpaid bills piling up at more than $1 million a day, Greece's Public Power Corporation (PPC) said it will give customers who had...

Hellenic Statistical Authority’s Report on Greece’s Unemployment Rate for 2016

The Greek unemployment rate fell to 23.1 pct of the workforce in December 2016, from 24.1 pct in the same month in 2015, but...

Protests in the Center of Athens

Employees of the mining and metallurgical company LARKO and the administrative staff of the Universities held simultaneous rallies and protests against the government plans...

16,658 Greeks Lost Their Jobs in July Due to Capital Controls

The capital controls imposed in Greece on June 29 cost 16,658 private sector employees their jobs, said an ERGANI Centre report. Traditionally, July is a...

Registered Greek Unemployment Unchanged in February

Registered unemployment was unchanged in February, totaling 864,512 unemployed people, from 864,377 in January, for a 0.02% increase, the Greek Manpower Employment Organization (OAED) said...

59 Businesses Close and 613 Jobs are Lost Each Day in Greece

The Greek economy is stagnating and the situation is getting worse each day due to the uncertainty over the agreement with creditors. According to the...

Corruption Still Abundant in Greece’s Public Sector

Greece's General Inspector of Public Administration reported that corruption, mismanagement and impunity continue to characterize the country's public sector. In his annual report, General Inspector...

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...

Greek PM Tsipras Announces Abolition of €5 Fee to Access Hospitals and Hiring of...

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras visited the Health Ministry on April 2, announcing that his SYRIZA-led government will improve public health care in the...

Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers Take it to the Streets in Greece

Doctors, lawyers, engineers and other professionals took it to the streets in Athens, Greece, on Thursday, protesting against the government's plan for social security...

Greek Civil Servants Boycott Evaluation Process

Public sector employees have refused to cooperate in the evaluation of their performance, as the deadline for the completion of the process expired on...

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