Greek Public Sector Workers on Strike Over Pay, Pensions

The largest union representing public sector employees in Greece has called for a 24-hour strike on Wednesday. ADEDY, which represents about half a million public...

Greek Unemployment Drops to Lowest Level Since 2011

Greek unemployment rate fell to 18.9 percent of the workforce in August, falling to its lowest level since August 2011, according to figures released...

Greece’s Civil Servants Call 24-Hour Strike Over Pay, Pensions

ADEDY, Greece’s largest public sector union will stage a 24-hour walkout on November 14 to demand wage and pension increases, hirings and tax cuts. “Now...

Greece’s Unemployment Falls To 19 pct in July, Data Reveals

Greece’s unemployment rate fell to 19 percent of the workforce in July from 19.1 percent in June and 20.9 percent in July last year, according...

Greece to Raise Minimum Wage First Time since 2009

The Greek government on Wednesday tabled to parliament a draft amendment to increase the minimum wage for the first time since 2009, when the...

Greek Seamen End Strike

The federation of Greek Seamen (PNO) decided to suspend the strike with immediate effect on Tuesday bringing a sigh of relief to thousands of...

Thousands Left Stranded as Greek Sailors Continue Strike on Tuesday

Thousands of passengers will continue to be stranded in the Aegean and Ionian islands after the federation of Greek Seamen (the PNO union) decided...

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)...

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...

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