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Authorities from one of Argentina’s most exclusive gated communities, Nordelta, were forced to make concessions regarding internal transportation policies after accusations of discrimination by residents to workers went viral.

Namely, authorities announced their willingness to allow public transport in …

Even though Argentina’s unemployment rate clocked in at 9.6 percent in the second quarter of 2018, a new survey released this week by the Small and Medium-sized Business Observatory Foundation (FOP) concluded that the labor market also suffers of another …

The layoffs of 354 workers from state news agency Télam continue to generate controversy between the government and opposition. The latest episodes concerning the matter took place yesterday, when a judge dismissed an injunction presented by a prosecutor, Gabriel De …

No subway in the Buenos Aires will been running from noon today after union members of the transport service clashed with police and seven of them – including high-profile member Néstor Segovia – were detained. “Not a single subway will …

Police forces forcibly removed a group of protestors picketing on Richieri Highway, just meters from Ezeiza International Airport, this morning. Though there were some instances of violence in the ensuing skirmish, no serious injuries have been reported.

Security guards protesting …

Approximately 1,000 workers have congregated in the City of Buenos Aires’ Mayor’s Office in the neighborhood of Parque Patricios this afternoon to request higher salary increases, which they argue are insufficient in light of rampant inflation, and have said they …

Union leader Hugo Moyano spoke today in the context of the massive Workers’ Day march protesting the government’s economic policies. From calling out the government for only benefiting the middle and upper classes to supporting taxi drivers in their fight …

In an unsurprising twist of worker unease and roadblocks in your everyday life, the Subte B Line is not running due to yet another employee strike. Workers are protesting what they call a failure to adhere to a contract set …