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The fund has specified conditions, such as establishments that achieve a surplus or profit have no right to obtain subsidies from the fund
Citing a lack of incriminating findings, company leadership has planned to let its board off the hook for Dieselgate. But VW workers are taking issue with the board’s treatment, demanding bonuses for all or none.
Government amendments to the draft law are decorative, says the coalition
The council held a meeting to review the Press Syndicate situation and its annual report
Security presence hinders scheduled labour protest in downtown Cairo
A protest will take place on Sunday decrying state legislation against workers
Workers demand privatisation of the once-public sector company be annulled
A global survey on the most important responsibilities of companies shows that offering decent jobs is the top priority for many. Quality products and environmental protection follow close behind, the study reveals.
Shaq Al-Teban, located in the mountainous area of southern Cairo, has more than 1,500 workshops and small factories specialising in the granite and marble industry.
Steel workers and managers protested the import of Chinese ‘dumping’ products at a rally in Brussels. They urged the EU not to exacerbate the situation by granting China market economy status.
Egypt’s president and the government had to go face to face with the frustrated workers who have continued to threaten a new wave of strikes and protests, if demands – which continue to be economic and social in nature – are not met.
We provided 3,000 vacancies in five months and plan to increase the number of users to 50,000 in 2016
Arrangements aim to help tourism workers hit by slump in the sector
Workers to continue striking until the 10% bonus is issued
Officials to plan visit to Gharbeya to “study” workers’ complaints
Workers vow to escalate as founder says that staff numbers have spiralled out of control
We want fair law guaranteeing safe and stable work environment, says labour syndicates coalition
Representatives from syndicates and rights lawyers discussed objections to Civil Service Law
10,000 individual currently being given professional IT training in collaboration with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
Egypt inaugurated the expansion of the Suez Canal Thursday
The canal will be a lifeline for Egypt’s economy that not only involves fees collection from passing ships, but also the state’s presentation of a variety of new local projects
Thousands of workers lived in desert conditions for months, with little reward from the state
“The tour boat passes a mosaic depicting the glorious triumph of the Egyptian people in re-capturing Sinai… The soldiers look upwards and onwards, towards progress and towards the future”
Strikes rise despite current legal measures which can imprison strikers or refer them to early retirement
University closed indefinitely for long-term development plans
The study stated that Egypt’s investment regime does not place legal restrictions on foreign investors regarding the transfer of profits outside Egypt, nor does it stipulate that investors should reinvest parts of their profits in the country.
Security forces argue militants killed victims; workers say army opened fire to disperse crowd, vow to strike
Al-Sisi postponed syndicate’s elections to next year