Category Archives: Employment
Fuel prices rose by another 300 LL to a new average of LL 35,500 per 20 liters, the Lebanese Energy and Water Ministry said Wednesday.
Employees may not enjoy the full impact of recently enacted wage increase as price hikes are expected to overshadow improvements in real income, warned economists interviewed by The Daily Star Friday.
The Cabinet finally passed another salary increase package Wednesday, despite the strong reservations of Labor Minister Charbel Nahhas, who threatened at one point not to sign the new agreement.
Three out of ten students believe that it should betheir ‘right’ to work flexibly from home once they enter the workforce, new research reveals.
An article published on Reuters, that opens the debate about the USA Rank at the best country to live and work …
As per the article it seems it is no longer the best country … so which countries are ?
I’ll keep you reading the article, expecting your comments …
An eleventh-hour deal that saw the Lebanese government raise wages and increase benefits averted what had promised to be the largest general strike in the country’s history but drew an angry response from the private sector.
Information Minister Walid Daouk announced the Cabinet decisions: Afterseveral meetings with the GLC and the committees, PM Miqati decided to