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Greece lifts one more Covid-measure: No more teleworking for public service, public can…

Greece’s public administration is lifting the measure of teleworking for state employees and citizens will be able to access the public services again, even without previous appointment. According to a circular issued by the Interior Ministry, public services will be fully operational with the personal presence of all the staff …

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22 confirmed coronavirus cases in nursing home; 15 of them elderly

22 people have been infected with Covid-19 in a nursing home in Thessaloniki, the second in the same city in northern Greece within a week. 15 of the infected are elderly and 7 are employees. Broader tests were immediately ordered after an 80-year-old developed fever on Tuesday. The management of …

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Athens airport to offer COVID-19 test to travellers and staff

The Athens International Airport (AIA) has announced that it will offer coronavirus (Covid-19) testing, upon request, to the arriving or departing travellers and Athens airport staff as of Wednesday, August 5, 2020. The initiative will be carried out in cooperation with the Athens Medical Center and with the aim to deal effectively …

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38,000 employees to “voluntarily exit” Greece’s systemic banks

The landscape of Greece’s four systemic banks is set to change  as 38,000 bank employees will have to make important and difficult decisions about their future: they will have to voluntarily join the exit programs and seek other job opportunities elsewhere. The outsourcing of non-performing loans and the development of …

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Greek Railways manager, employees among the arrested for illegally selling scrap to gang

Employees at the Hellenic Railways Organization (OSE) are among the 19 people the Greek Police arrested for having formed a gang that was stealing railway equipment estimated worth of 7 million euros. Eight OSE workers – a manager and several employees  but also an employee at the Greek Public Power …

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Mercy Corps suspends two employees over alleged migrant abuse and corruption

US-based international aid agency Mercy Corps suspended two employees until an investigation conducted by Greek authorities concludes. The investigation follows claims that workers at the NGO had sexually harassed migrants in Greece’s reception centers and had misused funds aiming to the welfare of refugees and migrants. “Mercy Corps is investigating …

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Sharing economy is creating a Dickensian world

The sharing economy benefits its creators, but this may be at the expense of those who do the work or provide the service — as well as the broader economy. The real reasons for the sharing economy are simple. The existing industries targeted by these platforms are frequently inefficient. Over …

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1.2million Greeks await 3-15 months for their salaries

One out of three Greece’s labor craft await 3 to 15 months for their salaries. This is one of the main slogans of the campaign for the rights of workers launched by opposition party To Potami. In a statement, the centrist party notes that “more than 1.2million people go daily …

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