Since January, Romanians have been able to work legally in Germany. Many of the job seekers in Frankfurt and elsewhere, however, can only find poorly paid work on the black market.
Germany's leading council of economic experts says that the current rules governing work are obsolete and inflexible. But if the labor code is rewritten, will working people lose crucial protections?
Tanzanian migrant workers in Oman and the United Arab Emirates face excessive working hours, unpaid salaries, and physical and sexual abuse. These are some of the details in a new report by Human Rights Watch.
Hundreds of colorful skeletons and costumed dancers have taken part in Mexico City's Day of the Dead Parade. The celebration paid tribute to rescue workers and victims of recent earthquakes around the country.
A Bavarian job ad sounded enticing until potential employees were told what it actually involved. Investigators have questioned the practise of unskilled, minimum wage workers sifting child porn collections from home.
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