Albania's Confederation of Trade Unions, KSSH, is pressuring the government to raise the minimum wage by 17 percent within a year, alongside other requests that would improve the conditions of working people.
KSSH chief Kol Nikollaj told BIRN that they intend to use any democratic means in order to achieve this objective.
Is there anyone following the news in Turkey who is not worried about the country's future and its economy in terms of income distribution? Specifically, is anyone not troubled by the government's most recent decisions on the education system?
The vast majority of Syrians in Turkey are employed in unregistered work for significantly lower wages compared to their Turkish counterparts, a new survey has shown.
According to a survey by the United Metalworkers Union with 604 Syrian and Turkish textile workers, Syrians work for wages that are 25 percent lower on average than Turkish employees.