Unionists from across Europe rallied outside DHL’s offices in Belgium earlier this week in protest over the sacking of 23 of the company’s workers in Turkey. The activists were among thousands who participated in the international day of action in solidarity with the workers on 12 December.
Two global union federations and their thousands of member trade unions will keep the heat on Deutsche Post DHL tomorrow over the logistics giant’s mistreatment of its workers in Turkey.
Transport unionists around the world will be standing by sacked DHL workers in Turkey when they take part in an international day of action on 12 December.
The 12/12/12 is Respect at DHL day. An international day of action in solidarity with TUMTIS’ struggle for union recognition, free from interference and intimidation. On this day ITF unions and campaign supporters will be organising lawful and visible solidarity… Continue Reading →
Solidarity with the DHL workers in Turkey from the Norwegian Transport Workers Union.
Members of the Deutsche Post DHL (DP-DHL) European Works Council signed a solidarity statement backing their colleagues in Turkey who were dismissed following their union involvement. The members signed the statement at a meeting of the council on 20 November… Continue Reading →
The ITF and global union partner UNI have made a complaint against Deutsche Post DHL (DP-DHL) for breaching international guidelines set by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).