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Power workers’ rally for raise in wages, pensions

The News International 15 Jun 2021
... before Bakhtiar Labour Hall to demand raise in wages and pensions of workers employed in government, semi-government, industrial and commercial sector, banks and media by 30pc and prevent tragic accidents of line staff due to serious shortage of staff.
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A former top staffer in AOC's office said he left his position earlier this year ...

Business Insider 15 Jun 2021
In a Monday letter, the New York lawmaker called for a budget increase in order to boost staff salaries ... Congressional staff jobs are notorious in the industry for their low wages, but according to Riffle, it's not just the private sector that offers more competitive pay.
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PBRS, UPKO propose more aggressive vaccination approach for Sabah during audience with King

Malaysian National News Agency 15 Jun 2021
Give the state government the opportunity to buy vaccines and run their own vaccination programme, as well as for the corporate sector who can afford it, such as GLCs (government-linked companies), so that they can purchase the vaccines and give them to their staff,” he said in an online press conference today.
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Provision of official documents linked with Covid vaccination

Dawn 15 Jun 2021
It added that all types of indoor gyms would remain open for vaccinated members only and that the responsibility of staff vaccination would rest with the owners. The notification said tourism sector in the province was open with stringent protocols as notified by the tourism department.
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Texas Gov. Abbott touts law banning vaccine passports for businesses, but effects may be limited

Hastings Tribune 15 Jun 2021
Legal experts said companies are generally allowed to require their staff members get vaccinated, so long as they don’t have a medical or religious exemption ... Other companies are expected to follow, especially in the health care sector, where many hospitals already require staff to get flu shots.
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Changes to work-permit system announced by Government

The Irish Times 14 Jun 2021
Nursing homes and other health sector employers will be permitted to recruit staff from outside the European Union and European economic area under changes to the work-permit system announced by the Government ... He said the new framework would be reviewed after 12 months to ensure that changes announced on Monday meet sector needs.
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Public sector pensions 'perfect storm': MPs warn reforms blunder will take 'decades' to fully resolve ...

The Daily Mail 14 Jun 2021
A 'perfect storm' is brewing around public sector pensions, as nearly a quarter of a million workers have opted out of their pension schemes due to rising living costs, MPs have said ... It also criticised the Treasury for a 'lack of curiosity' about other important issues, such as the impact of pensions on recruiting and retaining staff.
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Business activity in Northern Ireland hits record highs but cost pressures remain

Belfast Telegraph 14 Jun 2021
Business activity in Northern Ireland has expanded across all four sectors, with growth surpassing pre-pandemic levels. Data from the Ulster Bank Northern Ireland PMI, the economic indicator of trends in both the manufacturing and services sector, said workloads increased in all sectors too, leading to staff growth in many areas.
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COVID-19: Cram school instructors might lose pay

Taipei Times 14 Jun 2021
June is normally the peak season for recruiting new students at cram schools and tutoring centers, but this year many such schools might need to lay off half of their staff due to a lack of revenue, some operators in the sector said, adding that schools have had to spend money on equipment to continue running some of their classes online.
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Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor (Dublin, Ireland)

Reliefweb 14 Jun 2021
... outcome area Work streams or working groups as required Liaise with other internal project support staff including the ZFRA Program Coordinator, Private Sector Engagement Manager, and technical advisors for program learning and knowledge, advocacy and disaster risk reduction.
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Q4 caution

Business Line 14 Jun 2021
Staff cost savings contributed in a large measure to expanding the bottomline of both the organised and unorganised sector enterprises ... Some of these profit props for Q4 are no doubt sustainable — the shift in business to organised sector, the benefits of deleveraging, fall in staff costs and lower tax rates, for instance.
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Coalition ignored warnings it needed vaccination tracking system for aged care staff

The Observer 14 Jun 2021
But in a proposal titled “Covid-19 Register for Aged Care, Disability and Healthcare sectors” sent to Colbeck at the time, the problem of attempting to track the vaccination status of the workforce throughout the pandemic was also canvassed ... More than 75% of Australians support compulsory Covid vaccines for aged care staff.
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Number of workers on PUP falls 70pc in some sectors but 457,000 still jobless

Irish Independent 14 Jun 2021
The number of people on Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) has plunged over 70pc since the peak in some sectors – but almost 457,000 people are still on jobless supports ... Despite the recent reopening of hotels and B&Bs, it is still the sector with the highest number of claimants at 84,787.
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Ggm opens spl jab centre for international travellers

Hindustan Times 14 Jun 2021
The district health department has set up a special Covid-19 vaccination site at Polyclinic in Sector 31, for people who have to travel abroad for educational purposes or job ... The district health department has set up a special Covid-19 vaccination site at Polyclinic in Sector 31, for people who have to travel abroad for educational purposes or job.
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Economic recovery: pay hikes, insecure bosses, frolicking cows

BBC News 14 Jun 2021
That overall picture masks big differences in sectors ... It's plain to see, from the figures and from anecdotal evidence, that parts of the hospitality sector are struggling to meet the surge in demand, with new staff, struggling to implement new rules on social distancing and table service.
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