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August 2012

DHL respect workers’ rights, stop union sacking in Turkey

“Every worker wants to be in the union and wants management to allow a union. So this picket line supports other workers as without us there would be more sackings. By staying here and fighting we can still have some relationship with DHL and make them afraid.”

DHL Turkey under international spotlight over worker dismissals

International and European unions today condemned DHL Turkey’s refusal to work with Turkish union Tumtis to solve the ongoing dispute over the dismissal of 20 union members apparently for their attempts to organise a union in the company’s warehouses.

DHL Türkiye’nin işten çıkardığı işçilere direniş alanı ziyaretleriyle küresel destek

DHL Türkiye tarafından sendikal sebeple işten çıkarıldıkları anlaşılan işçiler için, iki küresel sendikanın temsilcilerinin bu hafta gerçekleştirecekleri ziyaret direnişteki işçilerin mücadelelerine dünya çapında desteğin bir kanıtı olacak.

DHL Turkey picket line visits show global support for sacked workers

Workers sacked by DHL Turkey who believe the dismissals were linked to their trying to organise a union will see further evidence of worldwide support for their plight when representatives of two global unions visit their picket lines this week.

DHL Turkey – the time has come to act

The situation in DHL Turkey is now at breaking point. Despite the efforts of the ITF and UNI to facilitate talks between management and TUMTIS, the company has failed to engage in meaningful dialogue and continues to refuse to reinstate… Continue Reading →

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