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11/02/2014

Workers of Arab Company for White Cement threaten strike

Union has given company three weeks to respond to demands

 

   

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11/02/2014

Lafarge Tarmac appoints executive to key post

Company has installed Fiona Penhallurick to the position of general counsel

 

   

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06/02/2014

Brazil: Workers at Voto unit go on strike

Salary dispute leads to indefinite labor strikePremium Content

   

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03/02/2014

Kenya: EAPC board member may be revoked

Regulator says Titus Naikun position poses strategic risk because of ties to Bamburi

 

   

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29/01/2014

Votorantim Cimentos ordered to pay overtime

Decision laid down by Labor Court in Brazil

 

   

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29/01/2014

Lafarge appeals safety penalties in Canada

Nova Scotia Labour Board to hear appeal of worker safety penalties

 

   

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29/01/2014

Holcim installs new boss in Romania

François Pétry has been appointed to the post

 

   

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26/01/2014

Vicat unit names new chairman

James E. Rotch named chairman of the board of National Cement

 

   

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24/01/2014

Workers protest hits Brazilian cement plant

Striking employees block João Pereira dos Santos FilhoPremium Content

 

   

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20/01/2014

TCL honors top employees

Performance and Long Service Awards recognized more than 100 employees

 

   

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