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Restitution of Minimum Wage, Layoffs Cancelled, Health Insurance for All, Citizenship to Immigrant Children; Some of First Reforms by Coalition

The restitution of minimum wage, granting citizenship to children of immigrants born here, the rehiring of public sector employees unduly laid off, were some...

Greece Tops Layoffs in European Union

A new EU Commission report called European Vacancy and Recruitment Report 2014, shows that Greece is one of the European countries that tops the...

4,000 Greek Public Sector Layoffs to be Completed Soon

Final decisions regarding layoffs in the public sector have Greece's state-employed laborers worried. Over the next two months, 4,000 public employees will be laid...

15,000 Layoffs in Greek Public Sector, Who Gets Cut?

Yesterday, Minister of Administrative Reform Kyriakos Mitsotakis held a meeting with Greece’s Troika of international lenders. The issue of redundancies in the public sector was...

Troika Talks Continue in Paris With Focus On Labor Union Rights and Layoffs

Greek government officials spent a second day in talks with the Troika representatives in Paris yesterday. Greece’s foreign creditors were pressing for changes to...

Loverdos Says No University Staff Layoffs

Education Minister Andreas Loverdos seems ready to go against government policy as he refuses to lay off any university administrative staff. Loverdos said that an evaluation...

Commitment of Layoffs in Public Sector Will Be Met

Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis met today with Finance Minister Gikas Hardouvelis in order to discuss the reforms and dismissals, ahead of the Troika meeting in Paris...

No Public Sector Layoffs in 2015, Mitsotakis Says

Greek Administrative Reform Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Wednesday pledged that “as of 2015 there will be no layoffs” in the public sector. “We want a...

6,500 Employee Layoffs in Greek Public Sector

According to the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Greek government and the Troika of international lenders, approximately 15,000 Greek public employees should have...

Loverdos-Mitsotakis Dispute Over Public Sector Layoffs

The Greek government has bought a few more days time in order to settle the dispute concerning the suspensions and layoffs of university administrative...