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3 Oct 2007
Foreign workers will be needed to provide the skills to increase the UK’s nuclear power capacity, an expert has conceded.EDF...
Unions to take whatever action is necessary after International Labour Organization expresses concern about the Jersey government’s Employment Relations Law
29 Jun 2007
Trade unions have pledged to do “whatever we need to do” to ensure employment law in Jersey, Channel Isles, is...
16 Jan 2007
Trade unions across the world have warmly welcomed the signing of a new labour rights deal with communications giant France...
3 Oct 2006
Employment opportunities for people from ethnic minority communities in France are slowly improving thanks to many companies implementing outreach hiring...
27 Sep 2006
Troubled car manufacturer Peugeot is to shed up to 8,000 jobs in France and Spain alongside the 2,300 it is...
23 May 2006
Minimum wageCurrently Euros 1,217.91 (£825) per month. Collective bargaining agreements generally stipulate a minimum wage that is higher than the...
2 May 2006
Personneltoday.com asked legal experts in France and the UK for their views on some of the recent high-profile claims made by trade union Amicus - with surprising results. Greg Pitcher reports.
2 May 2006
First they invaded us in 1066, and now the French are getting all our jobs. Well, that's how it sometimes seems when you listen to the news at the moment. But are our labour laws really that out of kilter with those across the Channel?
28 Mar 2006
Widespread strike action has hit both sides of the English Channel, as UK local government workers strike over pensions, while...
23 Feb 2006
The UK's productivity performance continues to be lower than that of France and the US, official figures reveal.
6 Sep 2005
In France the employment rate for women aged 24 to 49, including those with children, is 80%. Leah Larkin finds out how childcare arrangements work
8 Nov 2004
Jersey workers face the worst employment laws in the Western world, according to the Transport and General Workers Union (T&G).Today...
25 May 2004
The 35-hour working week has been a financial disaster in France, according
to the French Government.
It claims the compulsory...
23 Feb 2004
from Luxembourg, France and Spain earn the highest net salaries in Europe,
according to a new survey.
29 Aug 2001
More than half of the staff that have switched to a 35-hour
week in France believe it has improved their...