The Nova Scotia Government and General Employees Union wants the province to conduct a forensic audit of an employment services organization in Cape Breton. The province terminated its contract with Island Employment six months earlier after a damning report by Nova Scotia Ombudsman William A. Smith which found “misuse orRead More →

Labor Minister Jill Balser said the Island Employment investigation was over. (Robert Short / CBC – image credit) There will be no forensic check on Island Employment despite a request from the union representing the Cape Breton organization’s staff, the Nova Scotia Minister of Labor said on Friday. Jill BalserRead More →

SINGAPORE – The personal details of some 40,000 job seekers have been disclosed online, following a cyberattack on an employment agency here. Protemps Employment Services, which has an office in Paya Lebar Square, saw its entire server looted and removed earlier this month. The personal data of approximately 40,000 peopleRead More →

October 19, 2021 According to Limburg.nl, the director of a bankrupt employment agency has to reimburse nearly € 800,000 to the Dutch state for large-scale wage fraud and bankruptcy fraud. In addition to the sum of money, the man, who lives in Germany, was also sentenced to 33 months inRead More →

October 15, 2021 6:27 p.m. (UTC + 04:00) 480 By trend Azerbaijan National Employment Agency will launch a project on financial and material-technical support for entrepreneurs, said the head of the social partnership department of the Azerbaijan National Employment Agency Fatima Alekperova. at a conference titled “The Role of WomenRead More →

12 October 2021 Prism’Emploi, the French association of employment agencies, issued a statement on reports that French activists denounced racial discrimination within a group of large French recruitment companies. Anti-racist activists in France have called a number of recruiting companies posing as a construction company that only wants to hireRead More →

In Luxembourg, prejudices against the unemployed are unfortunately very strong and these stereotypes are “very dangerous”, according to Isabelle Schlesser, director of the National Employment Agency (Adem). In an interview on RTL Radio on Tuesday morning, Schlesser confirmed that “sometimes” employers wonder why a candidate is unemployed and, for thatRead More →