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HONG KONG (Reuters): A Hong Kong opposition trade union coalition, the Hong Kong Confederation of Trade Unions, said on Sunday (Sept 19) it would disband, adding to several civil society organisations that have ceased operating in the financial hub this year.
(Reuters) -The Teamsters Union has launched campaigns to organize employees in at least nine Canadian facilities of U.S. e-commerce company Amazon.com, according to Reuters interviews with union officials.
Hong Kong elections: why the next chief executive may no longer be known by 3 digits, such as ‘689’ for CY Leung, or Carrie Lam’s ‘777’
Figures representing votes won in leadership race may increase under a system shake-up that starts with Sunday’s Election Committee pollsInsiders note new framework with ‘elements of election’ to fill body with patriots, while critics say only pliant elites now allowed into governing circle
HAVANA (Reuters) - Cuba published a long-awaited draft of a new family code on Wednesday that would open the door to gay marriage if approved, in a move that LGBT rights activists applauded cautiously as they remained wary of whether it would actually be implemented.
SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - Thousands of Salvadorans took to the streets on Wednesday to protest against President Nayib Bukele, who they accuse of a power grab aimed at weakening democratic institutions and consolidating his grip on power.
(Reuters) - The United States Women's National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) on Wednesday labelled the U.S. Soccer Federation's offer of identical contract proposals for both the men's and women's teams as a nothing more than a publicity stunt.
MADRID (Reuters) - British telecommunications company Vodafone said on Wednesday its Spanish unit planned to cut up to 515 jobs, mainly in its commercial operations, as it faces "challenging conditions on the competitive Spanish market".
Singapore may consider legislative changes to protect gig-economy workers such as food delivery riders and taxi drivers, the Straits Times newspaper reported, citing a government committee member.
(Reuters) -Workers at one of Amazon.com Inc's Canadian facilities have filed a request with a local labor board to hold a vote to form a union, Teamsters Canada said on Tuesday, in the latest challenge to the company, which has discouraged collective action in the past.
The focus on labour rights is part of the Chinese government’s push to create a fairer society and narrow the income gap under President Xi Jinping. Internet companies must now sign labour contracts with their gig workers, and provide them with the insurance coverage of state-run insurers.