Demonstrators went ahead with protests in cities across Algeria on February 14 -- the 52nd consecutive Friday of protests. Algerians have taken to the streets since February 22, , staging peaceful demonstrations to call for political reform. Authorities have used force to disperse the marches and sometimes arrested protesters, including leading organisers, to quell unrest. In areas where protests were not large enough to deter police action, authorities thwarted demonstrations altogether. In the western town of Mascra, for instance, protesters were able to return to the streets to demonstrate for the first time since December
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The resignation of Abdelaziz Bouteflika in April was followed by the appointment of an interim president overseen by the military, and corruption investigations have been opened into some of those around the former leader. Putting tycoons close to Bouteflika behind bars was a key demand of the protests. But while investigations drag on, five big firms across sectors from sugar to cars are almost paralyzed as their owners struggle to sign pay checks or orders to import materials because their bank accounts have been frozen. Malik, one of 15, employees of detained businessman Ali Haddad, said he had just been sacked as a reporter for Dzayer TV. Haddad denies wrongdoing and the interim government says it will find ways to safeguard jobs, but after three months without pay, hundreds of his workers have joined tens of thousands of demonstrators who gather weekly in the capital Algiers.
Government tries to build bridges with protesters as Algeria's 'Hirak' enters second year
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12th Human Resources Assembly
At the conference last year we looked at how a reduction in our staff numbers had been necessary for survival — and how to reengage and motivate our staff during these tough times. This year we will be looking at what it means and takes to be a lean and agile organisation. As broadcasters have to achieve greater efficiency and productivity with lower budgets, staff will need to work more effectively to create and maintain lean and agile organisations. In that context, how can HR help the organisation to reach a more agile working environment? Nurturing a productive environment becomes essential: this includes managing talent, implementing efficient processes, building closer ties with line managers and employees, and celebrating achievements.