A Canadian labour court has found Mexican government officials guilty of keeping a blacklist to prevent temporary foreign workers from returning to Canada because they were labeled as “pro-union”
Trade union rights
The Algerian presidential election, set for 17 April, appears to have been rigged in favour of the ruling president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, according to local activists and trade unionists. Bouteflika is seeking a fourth term in office despite his poor … Continued
Despite being 60 per cent owned by Amancio Ortega, the third richest person on the planet, the Spanish multinational Zara is exploiting its employees in Chile, imposing poor pay and working conditions. In response, the workers have decided to … Continued
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