work relations

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

When policies supporting LGBT staff clash with local realities, some companies back down, while others find a way to bridge the divide.

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Survey exposes risks of tech-based harassment in work settings, highlighting the urgency for updated policies and awareness.

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Indian migrant workers have a long history of repression and poor treatment. In 2024, nothing has changed.

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Indian diplomatic missions need to closely monitor the security situation and assess the threat perceptions to its communities.

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Women have mostly benefited from the polarisation of the workforce but the challenge is to keep those gains.

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In most countries around the world, domestic workers are excluded from general labour laws. Indonesia’s Domestic Worker Protection Bill can change that.

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Economic empowerment, targeted legislation and cultural shifts are required to create gender-just societies and restore women’s dignity

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Employers provide direct financial or in-kind ‘support’ to their workers. In most households this is a form of benevolence, not an entitlement. This can change.

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Employers have benefited from technological advances for a century. Now it’s employees’ turn.

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Automation could reproduce informal and precarious work rather than transform existing trends.

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COVID changed the way we work. It also changed the way employees see their work. It could have huge implications.

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