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Health Care Workers Are the Future. Protect Their Rights.

By Ai-jen Poo and Palak Shah

Fetishizing coding and robots misses the real engines of our economy.

In Japan, the Message of Anti-Racism Protests Fails to Hit Home

By Motoko Rich and Hikari Hida

A view that institutional racism is a faraway problem is keeping the country from more fully confronting entrenched discrimination.

Working conditions in meat processing plants make them hotbed for COVID-19

By Natasha Foote

Another major COVID-19 outbreak in the largest meat processing facility in Europe has prompted stakeholders to urge the EU Commission to take swift measures to protect workers  in the sector and stem the spread of the virus.

Companies Criticize Visa Suspensions, but Impact May Be Muted for Now

By Gillian Friedman

President Trump’s executive order came at a time when hiring has slowed, and many U.S. consulates are not conducting interviews for temporary green cards.

Health Care Workers Are the Future. Protect Their Rights.

By Ai-jen Poo and Palak Shah

Fetishizing coding and robots misses the real engines of our economy.

Companies Criticize Visa Suspensions, but Impact May Be Muted for Now

By Gillian Friedman

President Trump’s executive order came at a time when hiring has slowed, and many U.S. consulates are not conducting interviews for temporary green cards.

The Visas and the Fury

As President Trump moves to restrict work-based immigration, the business world — particularly Silicon Valley — is speaking out.

Fair treatment of Europeโ€™s cross-border workers

By Dragoศ™ Pรฎslaru

A truly integrated EU labour market cannot exist without a fair level of coordination for social security, writes Dragoș Pîslaru, who insists that Europe must learn the lessons of the COVID-19 crisis.

Trump Suspends H-1B and Other Visas That Allow Foreigners to Work in the U.S.

By Michael D. Shear and Miriam Jordan

The move is fiercely opposed by business leaders, who say it will block their ability to recruit critically needed workers from countries overseas.

Businesses Brace for Possible Limits on Foreign Worker Visas

By Miriam Jordan

Citing the economic slump, the president is looking at a limit on H-1B, L-1 and other visas as well as a program allowing foreign students to work in the United States after they graduate.

Protecting the seasonal workers in Europe

By Dan Nica, Jens Geier

If we have fresh strawberries on our table these days, if we can enjoy delicious asparagus from our fields, it is thanks to the people who work outside. Quite often, they are seasonal workers, and we have to protect them, write Dan Nica and Jens Geier.

โ€˜There Is No Work Hereโ€™: Migrant Workers, Some Sick, Head North

By Patricia Mazzei

The coronavirus is moving through Florida’s agricultural communities just as laborers began to migrate north for the harvest.

For Migrants in Russia, Virus Means No Money to Live and No Way to Leave

By Ivan Nechepurenko and Sergey Ponomarev

The coronavirus has highlighted migrants’ inferior status in Russia. With no jobs, and sometimes no health care, many want to go home — but find they can’t.

For Migrants in Russia, Virus Means No Money to Live and No Way to Leave

By Ivan Nechepurenko and Sergey Ponomarev

The coronavirus has highlighted migrants’ inferior status in Russia. With no jobs, and sometimes no health care, many want to go home — but find they can’t.

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