Cyprus’ tourism sector is experiencing chronic worker shortages, with job vacancies at their highest in recent years, as establishments say they might not be able to open in 2022. A leading tourism
Cyprus’ hospitality sector is experiencing rising worker shortages, with job vacancies at their highest in recent years, forcing establishments to reduce operations. A leading business lobby group has warned the government that
The Labour Ministry has called on DP World, operator of the Limassol port, to rescind its decision to sack four workers, prompting trade unions to stage a second strike in two weeks.
Cyprus was one of only four EU countries where hourly labour costs decreased as salaries also went south on an annual basis in the third quarter, according to Eurostat. It was also
Employers cannot justify laying off staff by blaming the coronavirus crisis, as the government will continue to support businesses until the end of the year, said Labour Minister Zeta Emilianidou. Emilianidou argued
In the wake of two fatal workplace accidents within 24 hours and a sharp increase of work deaths have social partners agreeing that many could have been avoided if proper safety measures
Hourly labour costs increase year-on-year in Cyprus (6.1%) in Q3 were nearly three times the eurozone average (2.6%) and double that of the EU28 (3.1%). In the second quarter of 2019, hourly
The UK general election results saw Cypriot Labour MP Bambos Charalambous keeping his seat at the House of Commons for North London’s Enfield-Southgate constituency, despite the Conservative rout. Labour’s Bambos Charalambous, 52,