By mid-2026, employers will have to share pay information with employees and job-seekers

February 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

EU Directive on Pay Transparency is set to be approved by the EU Parliament and Council by late-spring 2023

Malta’s workers lose almost an hour of work per day answering emails, three times the EU average

February 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Workers in Luxemburg only spend two minutes per day on emails

‘It’s cheaper to kill someone than to injure them’ – lawyers speak out on workplace accident compensation

February 3, 2023
by Robert Fenech

It remains unclear whether insurance companies would benefit from additional certainty or balk at increased payouts

Almost four in 10 of local shift workers earning under €20,000 are not Maltese

January 30, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Statistic shines a light on Maltese industry's dependence on foreign labour

Job hopping & quitting unfulfilling jobs without a plan – Gen Z’s bold approach to career advancement, study finds

January 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The most disruptive generation is entering the workforce, breaking long-established norms

Getting the right talent in Malta – a foreign investor’s quick guide

January 17, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Every industry has been and continues to be anchored in the accomplishments of the Maltese worker

90s movie Office Space inspired engineer to steal over $300,000, according to US police

January 5, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

In the end, things were not great for the thief

Could this be the staffing lifeline employers are looking for?

December 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Employers can be part of the solution to staffing issues

How telework has affected working conditions and regulations in Malta

December 28, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Both workers and employers were found to prefer a hybrid working arrangement

One in three self-employed persons benefitted from wage supplement

December 22, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The National Audit Office said it could not vouch for the scheme until further investigation

Respect crucial for success of flexible work arrangements – study

December 11, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The study also finds that millennials may simply not like to work all that much

Malta tenth least popular destination for expats, again – InterNations Survey

December 2, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

While in the top third for ease of making friends, Malta comes last when it comes to bureaucracy

Man in France wins the right to not be ‘fun’ and ‘promiscuous’ at work

November 29, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

The man was fired in 2015 for refusing to participate in after-work drinks and team-building activities

Over eight in 10 people in Malta have no issue working over Christmas – survey

November 17, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The proportion is higher among the young

Malta ranked 4th best for graduate employment in Europe

November 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

89% of recent graduates have a job in Malta, 3% less than in 2020

By mid-2026, employers will have to share pay information with employees and job-seekers

February 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

EU Directive on Pay Transparency is set to be approved by the EU Parliament and Council by late-spring 2023

Malta’s workers lose almost an hour of work per day answering emails, three times the EU average

February 6, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

Workers in Luxemburg only spend two minutes per day on emails

‘It’s cheaper to kill someone than to injure them’ – lawyers speak out on workplace accident compensation

February 3, 2023
by Robert Fenech

It remains unclear whether insurance companies would benefit from additional certainty or balk at increased payouts

Almost four in 10 of local shift workers earning under €20,000 are not Maltese

January 30, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Statistic shines a light on Maltese industry's dependence on foreign labour

Job hopping & quitting unfulfilling jobs without a plan – Gen Z’s bold approach to career advancement, study finds

January 25, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

The most disruptive generation is entering the workforce, breaking long-established norms

Getting the right talent in Malta – a foreign investor’s quick guide

January 17, 2023
by Robert Fenech

Every industry has been and continues to be anchored in the accomplishments of the Maltese worker

90s movie Office Space inspired engineer to steal over $300,000, according to US police

January 5, 2023
by Arnas Lasys

In the end, things were not great for the thief

Could this be the staffing lifeline employers are looking for?

December 30, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Employers can be part of the solution to staffing issues

How telework has affected working conditions and regulations in Malta

December 28, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

Both workers and employers were found to prefer a hybrid working arrangement

One in three self-employed persons benefitted from wage supplement

December 22, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The National Audit Office said it could not vouch for the scheme until further investigation

Respect crucial for success of flexible work arrangements – study

December 11, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The study also finds that millennials may simply not like to work all that much

Malta tenth least popular destination for expats, again – InterNations Survey

December 2, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

While in the top third for ease of making friends, Malta comes last when it comes to bureaucracy

Man in France wins the right to not be ‘fun’ and ‘promiscuous’ at work

November 29, 2022
by Arnas Lasys

The man was fired in 2015 for refusing to participate in after-work drinks and team-building activities

Over eight in 10 people in Malta have no issue working over Christmas – survey

November 17, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The proportion is higher among the young

Malta ranked 4th best for graduate employment in Europe

November 16, 2022
by Robert Fenech

89% of recent graduates have a job in Malta, 3% less than in 2020