Working life - 12.11.2020 klo 11.44
COVID-19 had an immense impact on the work of Lee Edmonds as a restaurant chef. The uncertain situation caused by the corona pandemic made him join PAM.
Working life - 30.10.2020 klo 16.04
When revisiting his years as a Regional Coordinator for Southeast Asia for SASK, Marlon Quesada draws attention to achievements, where SASK has made a considerable contribution. The evolving of the Indonesian service union ASPEK is one of the major success stories.
Working life - 20.10.2020 klo 17.50
In a survey of members, PAM asked about violence and sexual harassment experienced in customer service work. Over half of members experience violence or the threat of violence in their work. Sexual harassment is especially directed at young people
Working life - 30.09.2020 klo 10.19
The SAK employee rights advisory service for immigrants provides anonymous, low-threshold advice free of charge to migrant workers. Demand for the service has increased this year.
Working life - 29.09.2020 klo 14.00
Employees have the right to express their views, even if these do not align with what their employer would like. However, you should take care when it comes to what you can and should be saying about your employer.
Working life - 29.09.2020 klo 11.00
PAM employees will be trained during the fall to better identify work-related exploitation and solve problems in multicultural workplaces.
Working life - 18.09.2020 klo 15.29
PAM’s Council is particularly concerned about the adverse effects of the corona on the health and safety of service workers.
Working life - 26.08.2020 klo 09.03
An employee is protected by the right to privacy at work. However, there are certain things the employer should be aware of, even if the law does not require telling them.
Working life - 18.08.2020 klo 13.35
Digitalisation and robots are making work in the hygiene sector more demanding, meaningful and better-paid, says the advisory organisation’s Per-Olof Ekström.
Working life - 22.06.2020 klo 10.00
The temporary lay-off ends on the day indicated in the lay-off notice. The employer may continue to lay off if work has continued to decline. Then, however, new co-operation negotiations will have to take place.