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Uber loses employment rights case in Britain

Uber loses employment rights case in Britain

The London employment tribunal rejected Uber's appeal against an October 2016 ruling in a case that is being closely watched for the wider implications for Britain's booming "gig economy".

Philippine official hails Qatar's progress on employment

Philippine official hails Qatar's progress on employment

A labour official from the Philippines has lauded the “remarkable progress” the State of Qatar achieved in the field of employment, Qatar Chamber announced in a statement on Saturday.

Saudi malls to hire locals only: ministry

Saudi malls to hire locals only: ministry

Foreigners will no longer be allowed to work in Saudi Arabia's numerous shopping malls, the labour ministry announced on Thursday, in the latest measure to boost employment of Saudis.

Duterte's visit set to boost Qatar-Philippines ties

Duterte's visit set to boost Qatar-Philippines ties

Bilateral relations between Qatar and the Philippines are expected to soar to new heights with the state visit of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to Qatar from April 14 to 16.

Silatech creates 300,000 jobs in Arab world

Silatech creates 300,000 jobs in Arab world

Silatech created and sustained more than 300,000 jobs for Arab youth by the end of 2016 through a network of more than 150 partners.

Chinese pilot suspended for urging passengers to protest delay

Chinese pilot suspended for urging passengers to protest delay

A Chinese pilot has been suspended, his airline said, after social media footage showed he told passengers to deplane and protest against a flight delay, the latest outburst over the country's notorious air transport services.

Qatari citizens given priority for public jobs

Qatari citizens given priority for public jobs

Qatari citizens are to be given priority in appointments for government and public jobs, a new law issued by HH the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani stipulates.

Mall of Qatar to create 8,000 new job opportunities

Mall of Qatar to create 8,000 new job opportunities

Mall of Qatar will generate about 8,000 new jobs nationwide once the facility is operational in the last quarter of this year, it was announced.

Court reverses QU decision to terminate Qatari employee

Court reverses QU decision to terminate Qatari employee

The Administrative Court has annulled a Qatar University (QU) decision to dismiss one of its Qatari employees from his post.

Work placement for Sweden's recent migrants

Work placement for Sweden's recent migrants

Sweden is pushing local governments to create temporary work placements for migrants as the country attempts to integrate a dramatic influx of refugees, an official said Sunday.

Robots, new working ways to cost 5 million jobs by 2020

Robots, new working ways to cost 5 million jobs by 2020

Disruptive labour market changes, including the rise of robots and artificial intelligence, will result in a net loss of 5.1 million jobs over the next five years in 15 leading countries ...