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A leading feminist organisation in France said it was suing the promoters of the Miss France beauty contest in a labour court, alleging they used discriminatory criteria to select participants.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/Asia News Network): Indonesia wants relations with China and the United States, both of which are good friends, to be mutually beneficial and contribute towards world peace and stability, President Joko Widodo said in a recent interview.
Prime Minister Hun Sen called on people to take extra precautions to prevent large-scale Covid-19 transmission during the Pchum Ben public holiday.
Boom in food delivery during the pandemic a factor
Deliveroo France will be facing court action in Paris, over accusations of undeclared labour, by referring to its workers only as independent workers.
Is this the end of “996”? Long working days and weeks in China’s tech sector are getting attention from the highest levels of government.
In the wake of full US approval for the Pfizer/BioNTech anti-Covid vaccine this week, more and more American companies are looking at mandatory vaccinations for employees – and customers.
Google employees have no legal right to protest the company’s choice of clients, the Internet giant told a judge weighing the US government’s allegations that its firings of activists violated the National Labor Relations Act.
JAKARTA (Bloomberg): When Indonesian President Joko Widodo spoke with influential business groups on June 30 to discuss imposing a full-scale lockdown as Covid-19 cases spiked, he was met with widespread resistance.