President of Republic: No Surplus of Public Sector Employees in Greece

President of the Hellenic Republic Prokopis Pavlopoulos said that there is no surplus of public sector employees in Greece and that there are shortages...

Sailors Strike Halts Greek Ferries

Greek ferries will stay in ports through Monday, bringing inter-island routes to a halt after the influential federation of Greek Seamen (the PNO union)...

Job Fair: Sweden Hiring Nurses, Doctors and Cooks from Greece

As Greeks are struggling to find work in their own country, a Swedish initiative to hire abroad called Eures Sweden is launching a job...

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...

48-Hour Strike at Airports

The Federation of Hellenic Civil Aviation Employees' Unions OSYPA announced a 48-hour strike next Monday and Tuesday, that will cause delays or cancellation of...

Greece Approves Power Plant Sales Despite Angry Protests

Greek lawmakers on Wednesday approved the sale of power stations by Greece's dominant power utility Public Power Corp. (PPC) in spite of workers...

Uniformed Workers Take to Streets in Protest of Pay Cuts

Thousands of police officers, port workers and firefighters took to the streets holding black balloons in their hands in protest of cuts in the...

Talks On Further Strike Action as Archaeological Guards Battle for Demands

Cultural Minister Lydia Koniardou has found herself at odds with the union representing state guards at Greece's archaeological sites. The union stated on Wednesday, that...

Greek PM: Everyday Life of Citizens is Our Top Priority

"People's every day life is our top priority," stated Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Sunday, addressing his new cabinet after Friday's reshuffle. Tsipras gave...

ADEDY Plans Days of Strikes

Next week will be a week of strike action, as the Public Servant’s Union (ADEDY) is proceeding to escalation of protests with “prolonged, multiform,...

Greece Is ‘Closed’ for the Day

Thursday's 24-hour strike launched by almost all professional groups, workers, public sector employees and mass transport services leaves Greece paralyzed for the day, while...

Greek Labor Unions Celebrate May Day; Anarchists, Police Clash

Greece's largest trade union federations held a strike rally at Klafthmonos Square in central Athens on Tuesday to mark the May Day celebration with...

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