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UNI & ITF expose DHL’s labour abuses at AGM

UNI & ITF expose DHL's labour abuses at AGM
UNI Global Union & the International Transport Workers Federation challenge DHL management to clean up their labour practices at company’s (...)

Forum to focus on Deutsche Post DHL and other multinationals’ worker abuses in Turkey

Forum to focus on Deutsche Post DHL and other multinationals' worker abuses in Turkey
On Monday March 25th, three global labour unions, UNI Global Union, the ITF, and IndustriALL will join Turkish unions at the Forum on Union Rights and (...)

Démodé Deutsche Post-DHL Workers: Fashion Victims

Démodé Deutsche Post-DHL Workers: Fashion Victims
Deutsche Post-DHL, an official sponsor of London Fashion Week and similar events around the world, has questions to answer about how it treats its (...)

Unions to make workers’ rights fashionable at LFW

Unions to make workers' rights fashionable at LFW
Two global union federations will aim to make workers’ rights fashionable at the opening of London Fashion Week tomorrow when they challenge event (...)

As German TV reveals abuses, global unions challenge DHL to act

As German TV reveals abuses, global unions challenge DHL to act
Following a German TV report on Deutsche Post DHL’s treatment of its international workforce, the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and (...)

European Works Council in Germany delivers solidarity statement on DHL Turkey

European Works Council in Germany delivers solidarity statement on DHL Turkey
Members of the Deutsche Post DHL (DP-DHL) European Works Council signed a solidarity statement backing their colleagues in Turkey who were dismissed (...)

The case against Deutsche Post – DHL: allegations of labour violations

The case against Deutsche Post – DHL: allegations of labour violations
UNI Global Union (UNI) and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) today brought a case to the German government alleging that Deutsche (...)

DHL’s ‘catalogue of shame’ is revealed today

DHL's ‘catalogue of shame' is revealed today
Global union the ITF is confronting DHL with what it calls ‘a catalogue of shame’ today by releasing evidence that the company is allowing its Turkish (...)
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