Macron doubles down on pension reform
French President Emmanuel Macron said he is working on ways to force companies carrying out share buybacks to distribute more of their profits to workers, as he seeks to defuse the anger of protest...
Bolivia: Protesting teachers pepper-sprayed
Teachers protesting in Bolivia against education reform were pepper-sprayed outside the Ministry of Education in La Paz by police.
Protestors rally as Macron survives no-confidence vote
Protesters are trying to pressure lawmakers to bring down the government and doom the unpopular retirement age increase President Macronis trying to impose without a vote in the National Assembly.
Credit Suisse bankers rush to find other jobs
Headhunters have been inundated with calls from Credit Suisse bankers after UBS's takeover, a glaring sign that the banking employment market is under stress. Annabelle Droulers reports.
Credit Suisse bankers flood headhunters
Will Tan, Managing Director at Principle Partners, says he's fielded hundreds of calls from Credit Suisse staff after the Swiss . He speaks with Rishaad Salamat, David Ingles and Yvonne Man on "Blo...
Somber mood for Credit Suisse employees
Credit Suisse tells its workers it's "business as usual" as they return to offices on Monday around the globe, even after UBS said it's taking over the bank. Bloomberg's Sonali Basak is at Credit S...
Amazon announces more mass layoffs
Amazon says it will axe another 9,000 roles, piling on to a wave of layoffs that has swept the technology sector as an uncertain economy forces companies to get leaner. It follows 18,000 layoffs an...
Apple slashes spending, perks to avoid layoffs
Bloomberg's Mark Gurman joins Caroline Hyde and Ed Ludlow to discuss how Apple is pulling every lever it can to cut costs enough to avoid laying off full-time employees.
Japan gender pay gap remains large
Japan LDP Lawmaker Rui Matsukawa discusses her outlook for Japan's wage negotiations and efforts on narrowing Japan's gender pay gap
U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Decrease to 192,000
U.S. Initial unemployment claims in regular state programs slid to 192,000 in the largest weekly decline since July, while housing starts surprised to the upside for February.
Waste piles up in French cities amid national strikes
Waste collectors are among those on strike in France - and that has left mounds of rubbish piling up on the streets of Paris. They say President Macron's plan to raise the retirement age is unfair,...
UK unveils budget amid massive worker strike
Finance minister Jeremy Hunt unveils measures aimed at boosting workforce as strikers demand better wages and conditions
UK Chancellor's Child Care Plans Explained
The UK Chancellor Jeremy Hunt has promised 30 hours free child care to children as young as 9-months-old. But the full plan won't come into effect until late 2025, long after the next general elect...
French strikes rage ahead of pension vote
France suffers another round of strike chaos as unions and politicians continue to voice opposition to President Macron's pension reforms ahead of a crucial vote.
Meta to axe 10,000 more jobs in second round of cuts
Meta Platforms announced Tuesday that it will axe 10,000 more jobs - its second round of mass layoffs - as the tech industry braces for a deep economic downturn. The job cuts – which come after the...
Apple Delays Bonuses for Some Staff
Apple Inc. is delaying bonuses for some corporate divisions and expanding a cost-cutting effort, joining Silicon Valley peers in trying to streamline operations during uncertain times, according to...
Morale Low at Meta After Massive Layoff Announcement
Meta is cutting 10,000 jobs and will close about 5,000 open roles. Bloomberg's Sarah Frier says morale at the company is low.
Meta plans to lay of ten thousand employees
Meta plans to lay off around 10,000 employees and close about 5,000 additional open roles. The job cuts come as part of Mark Zuckerberg's "year of efficiency." The company already laid off 11,000 p...
UK: Doctors set to launch three-day strike
The United Kingdom is bracing for more labour demonstrations in the National Health Service next week, as tens of thousands of junior doctors are set for a three-day strike on Monday amid a pay dis...
Companies offering employees 'unlimited vacations'
Having unlimited vacation sounds great until it's not. As more companies move towards offering unlimited time off policies, Bloomberg's Jo Constantz highlights its potential pitfalls.
French protestors cut power to parts of the country
Young people in universities and high schools across France took to the streets on Thursday to protest the government’s attempt to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.
U.S. adds over 300k jobs in February
U.S. payrolls rose more than expected with a gain of 311,000 in February, while the unemployment rate pushed higher to 3.6 %. Bloomberg's Michael McKee breaks down the numbers.
Meta planning second round of mass layoffs
Meta Platforms Inc. is planning more job cuts, according to people familiar with the matter. The owner of Facebook and Instagram will reportedly lay off thousands of employees as soon as this week.
Japan to compensate for WWII slave labour
South Korea said on Monday that its companies would compensate people forced to work under Japan's 1910-1945 occupation, seeking to end a dispute that has undercut U.S.-led efforts to present a uni...
Is ChatGPT coming for your job?
With AI becoming more powerful, disruptive technology expert Joel Bilt and PR executive Dara Kaplan break down how programs like ChatGPT will likely impact white-collar jobs and disrupt the workfor...
Amazon halts work on headquarters amid job cuts
Amazon.com Inc. is pausing construction on its sprawling second headquarters near Washington, a decision that coincides with the company's deepest ever job cuts and a reassessment of office needs t...
U.S. jobless claims ease in sign of tight labor market
US initial unemployment claims decreased by 2,000 to 190,000 in the week ended Feb. 25, Labor Department data showed. Mike McKee breaks down the numbers on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Why France is fighting Macron's retirement policy
Major strikes have taken place in France since the government announced plans to raise the retirement age from 62 to 64.
Thousands of nurses strike in Slovenia
Thousands of nurses in Slovenia striked over low salaries and stressful working conditions on Wednesday. The protest rally was organised by the Trade Union of Nursing which coordinates over 6300 Sl...