Tag: rights

Fines for companies that work 16 hours a day

Fines for companies that work 16 hours a day

Marathon runs up to 16 hours a day. These are the conditions to which employees of the four major consultancies (Deloitte, PwC, EY and Kpmg), also known as the “Big Four”, are accustomed. Despite the lack of complaints, the Spanish Ministry of Labor took action and, after a year of investigations, decided to fine these […]

Christian Democrat leader dressed as a transvestite on TV: “This would be impossible in Italy”

Christian Democrat leader dressed as a transvestite on TV: “This would be impossible in Italy”

When Cindy Envy appeared on stage, the Belgian audience was speechless: behind the bright clothes and heavy make-up of that transvestite was actually Sammy Mehdi, the leader of the Flemish Christian Democrats, hitherto known for his antisociality. -For his progressive stance on immigration and his harsh attitude towards refugees despite his origins (his father was […]

Soros Makes Heavy Cuts in Europe, This Is What Happens to His Foundation

Soros Makes Heavy Cuts in Europe, This Is What Happens to His Foundation

The Open Society Foundations (OSF) of George Soros, the Hungarian-born American banker and philanthropist, intends to significantly reduce operations in Europe and lay off a large part of the staff on the continent. The information was revealed by an internal email sent by the managers of the billionaire’s foundation to the staff of the Berlin […]

Fixed-term contract tightening and minimum wage: Elly Schlein’s socialist agenda

Fixed-term contract tightening and minimum wage: Elly Schlein’s socialist agenda

It’s not just ecological transition and civil rights. Elly Schlein’s political agenda looks much more radical than that of her predecessors in the Democratic Party. The ambition we quote from the new secretary’s program is to “turn the page clearly after the errors in the ‘Labour Act’ and ‘Poletti decree’ regarding the facilitation of layoffs […]

Green light for paid menstrual leave in Spain

Green light for paid menstrual leave in Spain

A historic day for Spain: On Thursday, February 16, the Spanish Parliament passed a law that gives state-sponsored menstrual leave to painful menstruation along with a medical certificate. The Spanish Congress declared a revolution in the world of work for Hispanic women, who for the first time in a European country will have the opportunity […]

Alessandro Zan resubmits his project, but cuts the two most contested articles. And attacks Roccella

Alessandro Zan resubmits his project, but cuts the two most contested articles. And attacks Roccella

Alessandro Zan he resubmitted the bill that bears his name to the House, but “purged” the most contested points. As Il Domani writes, the citrusy articles dealing with definitions, explaining what is meant by sex, gender, sexual orientation and gender identity, are no longer there. In the last legislature, the text had been approved in […]

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