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Air France to cut 1,500 jobs by end-2022: union sources

Air France to cut 1,500 jobs by end-2022: union sources

Air France is to cut 1,500 jobs, mostly ground staff, by late 2022, union sources told AFP Thursday, though the company declined to confirm the figures pending talks with labour representatives.

UK court rejects BA bid to stop its pilots striking over pay

UK court rejects BA bid to stop its pilots striking over pay

Britain's Court of Appeal has rejected an attempt by British Airways to stop proposed strike action by its pilots, the pilots' union said on Wednesday, calling on the company to hold more talks to prevent industrial action.

US auto workers at VW plant reject bid to unionise

US auto workers at VW plant reject bid to unionise

The United Auto Workers union has suffered a fresh defeat at a Volkswagen plant in Tennessee, with workers narrowly voting down a move to organize the factory for a second time.

Jet Airways pilots' union asks India's top court to direct lender to release funds

Jet Airways pilots' union asks India's top court to direct lender to release funds

Jet Airways' pilots' union has appealed to India's top court to direct State Bank Of India (SBI) to release interim funding to try to revive the grounded airline, according to a court filing made on Tuesday ...

German interior minister rejects union's six percent wage demand

German interior minister rejects union's six percent wage demand

German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer said on Saturday he would press for ‘reasonable results’ in the next round of pay talks with more than two million public sector workers ...

Nigerian oil union begins nationwide strike

Nigerian oil union begins nationwide strike

One of Nigeria's largest oil unions launched a nationwide strike on Monday over the laying off of its workers, its general secretary said.

Kuwait's emir lines up subsidies cut

Kuwait's emir lines up subsidies cut

Kuwait's Emir Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad Al-Sabah said Thursday that the Gulf country plans to cut heavy subsidies on fuel and power in a bid to offset a fall in oil revenues.