Greek Power Union Launches Strikes Against Privatizations

The union representing workers at the state-run Public Power Corporation (PPC) has started what it says will be rolling 48-hour strikes against government plans...

Harvard Business Review: Greece and Cyprus Better Off Without the Euro

Greece and Cyprus might be better off out of the European common currency bloc, a Harvard Business Review report said. According to the writer, Loizos...

PM Tsipras Asks Juncker if the ‘European Acquis’ Applies to Greece

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Thursday sent a letter to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker asking if the European acquis communautaire applies to all...

Greek Deputy Minister Katrougalos Faces New Allegations, Foreign Media Comment Negatively

Greek Deputy Minister of Interior and Administrative Reconstruction Giorgos Katrougalos faces new allegations as the journalist who brought to light the supposed contracts with laid...

Adecco Releases ‘Employability in Greece 2016’ Survey Showing Gap Between Skill Set and Demand

Adecco staffing agency recently released data from their survey, Employability in Greece 2016 which examined the skills set that young entrepreneurs posses in comparison...

OECD Data Shows Greeks are the Hardest Working People in Europe

The idea that Greeks are lazy, laid-back people when it comes to work, has been a prejudice widely spread in northern Europe; and particularly...

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...

Talks Between Greece and Creditors Resume Thursday With Slim Chances of Staff Level Agreement...

Negotiations on the bailout program review between Greece and international creditors resumed on Thursday afternoon after Wednesday's closing of the issue of settlement of...

Greece Sheds 200,000 State Jobs in Four Years

At least 200,000 public sector positions have been shed in Greece over the past four years, shrinking the state wage bill by about eight billion euros, according to Minister of...

Greek Unemployment in July Remained Unchanged at 25%

Greek unemployment rate fell to 25% of the workforce in July this year, down 1.3 points compared with July 2014, but unchanged from June,...

Seamen to Drop Anchor Over Unpaid Wages

The executive board of the Panhellenic Seamen's Union (PNO) decided on Friday to immobilize ships whose owners owe back-pay to their employees. The measure...

Angry Demonstrators Jeer Tsipras on the Eve of National Strike (video)

Angry municipal workers jeered the Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, as he was leaving his office in Thessaloniki on Wednesday. Earlier, the Greek PM apparently...

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