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11 November 2019

USA: Employees petition against Shutterstock's new Chinese search blacklist

Author: Sam Biddle, The Intercept

"Shutterstock employees fight company’s new Chinese search blacklist”, 7 November 2019...

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8 November 2019
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Author: CNEWS

« L’écart de salaire hommes-femmes diminue très lentement », 5 novembre 2019...

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21 October 2019

Google's decision to remove Hong Kong protester game reportedly sparks internal debate among employees

Author: Business Insider

“Google's decision to remove a game that let users play as a Hong Kong protester has reportedly ignited a debate among employees”, 16 October 2019...

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29 August 2019

Cathay Pacific whistle-blowing policy urging staff to ‘speak up’ under spotlight as Hong Kong employees fear possible reprisals for support of anti-government protests

Author: Danny Lee & Sum Lok-kei, South China Morning Post

In an internal memo… Cathay Pacific Airways has reminded its staff about its policy to speak up and act as “whistle-blowers” as a climate of fear grows among the airline’s employees about possible reprisals for their activities on social media…...

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29 August 2019

Hong Kong airline Cathay Dragon fires flight attendant union chief amid pressure from China

Author: Kris Cheng, Hong Kong Free Press

Airline Cathay Dragon has fired the chair of its flight attendant union Rebecca Sy after she allegedly posted messages of support for Hong Kong protesters on Facebook......

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29 August 2019

‘Zero tolerance’: Cathay Pacific warns staff face sack if they join Hong Kong strike

Author: AFP, Hong Kong Free Press

Cathay Pacific has warned staff they risk being sacked if they join a planned Hong Kongstrike, as the airline intensifies its crackdown on employee support for the rolling pro-democracy protests....

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18 August 2019

Cathay Pacific CEO praised for not giving names of staff joining Hong Kong protest

Author: Arthur Villasanta, International Business Times

Rupert Hogg, former CEO of Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, is being widely hailed as a hero for refusing China’s request he provide them with the names of all Cathay Pacific employees that took part in the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. China, which is the...

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16 August 2019

China business or human rights? Hong Kong protests leave Cathay facing a tough balancing act

Author: Surya Deva, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

The recent notice from the Civil Aviation Administration of China, that no Cathay Pacific staff who had taken part in “illegal protests”, “violent actions” and “overly radical activities” would be allowed to fly to or from mainland China – and the...

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13 August 2019

Cathay Pacific sacks two pilots over Hong Kong protest-related incidents

Author: Danny Lee, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

Cathay Pacific Airways…said it had sacked a pilot who was arrested and charged over clashes between police and anti-government protesters in Sheung Wan on July 28. Another cockpit crew member…who was revealed…to have been suspended for misusing company...

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23 July 2019
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Author: Marina Fabre, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« États-Unis : Des salariés en grève depuis que leur entreprise travaille avec des centres de détention de migrants mineurs », 22 juillet 2019...

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