Industrial and organizational psychology

45 pct of motorbike couriers work without social security: ILO

About 45 percent of motorcycle couriers in Turkey started to work during the pandemic, and this trend led to growing problems and risks of occupational safety and health on the part of delivery employees over an increasing volume of orders and customer expectations of fast delivery, with sizeable numbers of them working in precarious conditions.

Workplace stress levels in Slovenia among highest in Europe

Ljubljana – Slovenia is among the European countries with the highest levels of stress at work. This is also one of the main reasons for missing work and short-time working, accounting for 50-60% of all lost working days, according to the career and employment portal

Bulgaria: Everyone Affected by the Crisis will be Supported, the 80/20 Measure will Cease to Exist

About 140,000 workers per month will be covered by the support measures. There will be no one left affected by the restrictive measures who will not be helped.

This was assured by the Цaretaker Minister of Social Affairs and Deputy Prime Minister Galab Donev on Nova TV.

Labour Inspectorate receives 28% more reports of violations in 2020

Ljubljana – Slovenia’s Labour Inspectorate received 9,260 reports of violations in 2020, an increase of 28% compared to 2019. 6,867 reports were connected to employment relations, 2,043 in the field of occupational safety and health, and 350 reports were connected to social affairs. The inspectorate carried out 17,334 inspections last year.

Statistics shows hospitality and tourism hammered by Covid

Ljubljana – The Covid-19 pandemic has had a major impact on business in Slovenia, but while the impact has not been adverse on all industries, the hospitality and tourism sectors have been hit hard. Fresh statistics show turnover falling by a third in hospitality last year as travel agencies and tour operators saw their revenue slashed by 77%.

Total economic turnover up in February

The total turnover of Turkey's economy jumped 22.2% year-on-year in February, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TÜİK) announced on April 13.

The total turnover index for the industry rose 17.1%, construction 8.3%, trade 28.2% and services 19.8% on annual basis in February 2020, according to TÜİK data.

Meanwhile, the total turnover rose 1.6% on monthly basis.