EMPLOYMENT



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CYPRUS

Eurozone unemployment was stable at 8.3% of the workforce in December, the European Union’s statistics office Eurostat said on Monday, despite continued coronavirus lockdowns in most eurozone countries.


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EMPLOYMENT

The pandemic was the catalyst for the shift of the Manpower Organization (OAED) to the digital era, with both staff and users being forced to become accustomed to dealing with the human resources agency online.

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ECONOMY

Mytilineos, in collaboration with the KNOWL social enterprise for life-long learning, has successfully completed the first social accelerator for the integration of the homeless, newly homeless and people living in unsafe housing or unsuitable areas. 



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ECONOMY

The registered unemployed in Greece totaled 1,153,434 in November, 10.51% higher than October’s 1,043,709, and up 6.41% on the November 2019 figure of 1,083,943, the Manpower Organization (OAED) said on Friday. 

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ECONOMY

British American Tobacco Hellas is planning significant investments and the creation of 200 new jobs in Greece, Vitali Kochenko, the company’s chairman and CEO, told an Economist conference on Thursday. 

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ECONOMY

A joint ministerial decision allowing private sector employers to work from home, a measure that was implemented in the past few months by many businesses as a way to curb coronavirus infections, has been extended until December 31.


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ECONOMY

The pay gap between men and women doing the same job in Europe narrowed only marginally this year, the European Commission said on Friday, even though a vast majority of EU citizens support eliminating that difference.

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OPINION

In its annual report on the Greek economy, the Labor Institute of Greece’s biggest private sector union, GSEE, simply confirmed in numbers what is pervasive in society: loss of income, unemployment and the “impoverishment of employees.”