A legal minimum wage was introduced in Germany one year ago. What effects have there been? An interview with Ekkehard Ernst from the International Labor Organization (ILO).
As migrants try to avoid new penalties for being in Thailand illegally, reports suggest they're being fleeced at the border. Tens of thousands of foreign workers have fled the country in recent days.
German textile company KiK has released $5.15 million in compensation for a 2012 factory fire in Karachi that killed 260 people. KiK and the victims' families still disagree over responsibility of the catastrophe.
Youth unemployment remains stubbornly high around the world, the International Labor Organization said. There are around 71 million people between the ages of 15 and 29 without work, and many earn less than $3.10 a day.
The International Labor Organization has warned of the severe consequences presented by automation and disruptive technologies in the ASEAN bloc. Are the UN agency's concerns founded? DW takes a closer look.
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