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Tata Motors announces voluntary retirement scheme for <strong>workers</strong>

Tata Motors announces voluntary retirement scheme for workers

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Struggling with mounting losses in its domestic operations, Tata Motors on Friday announced voluntary retirement scheme for workers as it tries to overcome the impact of depressed growth in commercial vehicle and passenger car businesses.

Tata Motors,   Tata Motors jobs,   Tata Motors workers,   Tata Motors employees,   Tata Motors VRS,  
Nitpicking in office may lead to mental fatigue

Nitpicking in office may lead to mental fatigue

27 Feb 2015

New York: Employees who point out problems in the office may help the company improve but could be hurting themselves in the process, says a new research.

Nitpicking in office,   mental fatigue,   negative minded workers,   office,   occupation,  
EPFO mulls setting up <strong>Workers</strong>' Bank

EPFO mulls setting up Workers' Bank

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A part of EPPO's Rs 6.5 lakh crore corpus may be used to set up Workers' Bank with the objective of maximising returns as well as providing easy credit, primarily to its members.

EPPO,   Workers Bank,   EPFO credit,   EPFO members,  
Congress <strong>workers</strong> stage protest against PM Modi's gift auction

Congress workers stage protest against PM Modi's gift auction

19 Feb 2015

Surat: Congress workers on Thursday staged a protest outside the Science Convention Centre here against the ongoing auction of items gifted to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, alleging it to be an act of "self publicity".

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Congress workers,   Congress workers protest,   PM Modi suit,   controversial bandhgala suit,   pinstripe suit ,  
<strong>Anganwadi</strong> union seeks government employees status for <strong>workers</strong>

Anganwadi union seeks government employees status for workers

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh (BMS) affiliate Akhila Bharatiya Anganwadi Karmachari Mahasangh (ABAKM) on Monday demanded declaration of anganwadi workers and helpers as government employees, provision of social security for them and their promotion as supervisors.

Anganwadi union,   government employees status,   Bhartiya Mazdoor Sangh,   BMS,   Akhila Bharatiya Anganwadi Karmachari Mahasangh,   ABAKM,   social security,  
Government comes under scathing criticism from RSS-affiliated union

Government comes under scathing criticism from RSS-affiliated union

19 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The BJP government has come under attack from an RSS affiliated workers' body which charged it with being on the "wrong track" on the economic and labour front by "unduly favouring corporate sector and indulging in criminal neglect of social sector".

NDA Government,   BJP Government,   RSS affiliated workers body,   RSS affiliated union,   Bharatiya Mazdoor Sangh,   BMS,  
Robots replacing human factory <strong>workers</strong> at faster pace

Robots replacing human factory workers at faster pace

11 Feb 2015

Washington: Cheaper, better robots will replace human workers in the world's factories at a faster pace over the next decade, pushing manufacturing labor costs down 16 percent, a report said.

Robots,   factory workers,   Robots replace humans,   labor cost,  
Plight of Odia <strong>workers</strong> in Malaysia comes to fore

Plight of Odia workers in Malaysia comes to fore

06 Feb 2015

Berhampur (Odisha): Plight of Odia labourers in Malaysia has come to the fore recently when 38-year-old Ramesh Rout returned home at Saura Sachhina village in Ganjam district with a back injury.

Odia workers,   Malaysia,   Saura Sachhina village,   Odisha workers,  
Saudi Arabia to hire 120,000 <strong>workers</strong> from Bangladesh

Saudi Arabia to hire 120,000 workers from Bangladesh

11 Feb 2015

Dhaka: About a week after lifting a seven-year employment ban, Saudi Arabia signed a memorandum of understanding with Bangladesh to hire some 120,000 workers in a year from it.

Saudi Arabia,   workers from Bangladesh,   memorandum,   Ahmed Bin Fahd Al Fuhaid,   Saudi Arabia Overseas Employment Minister,   Khandker Mosharraf Hossain,  
Saudi police probing deaths of two Indians

Saudi police probing deaths of two Indians

14 Feb 2015

Riyadh: Police in Saudi Arabia are investigating the deaths of two unidentified Indian workers whose decomposed bodies were found north of capital Riyadh, a media report said on Saturday.

Saudi police,   Indian deaths in Saudi,   Riyadh,   Indian workers in Saudi,   Al-Rumeih,  

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