Month

January 2013

Global unions warn Hak-İş over union-busting complicity

Global union federations the ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and Uni Global Union have warned Turkish trade union confederation Hak-İş that it is in danger of being used by DHL Turkey as a pawn in a company attempt to prevent workers in the company having a union voice.

We’re still standing…

You won’t get rid off us that easily! TUMTIS members rebuild their shelter outside DHL Kıraç after it was demolished by Police and Municipal workers.

Unite members act on sacking of DHL drivers

Unite activists report that DHL has decided to shut its Widnes depot (Cheshire, NW England) despite the lack of a coherent business plan. It has also been reported that DHL has failed to engage with the workforce regarding the closure, waiting until the workforce was on shutdown and the senior Unite representative was on holiday to announce the closure, a tactic they have used before

DHL Turkey workers report intimidation

DHL Turkey is attempting to destroy the hard-won representation within the company of ITF-affiliate Tumtis by forcing its workers to join a newly-established union, according to reports Tumtis has received and eye-witness accounts from its own officials. The ITF and… Continue Reading →

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