We did it!

We did it! We got DHL to respect the law and workers’ rights in South Korea. Watch this interview with Wol-san Liem from the Korean Public Service and Transport Union (KPTU) about how the DHL workers network helped make DHL… Continue Reading →

How workers got a better deal at DHL Leipzig, Germany

Workers at the DHL hub in Leipzig wanted to reduce the standard weekly hours as a way of helping part time, as well as full time, workers. The workers, members of the ver.di union wanted hours to be cut from… Continue Reading →

Breaking the Code report highlights evidence that DP-DHL is breaking its own code of conduct

“About a year and a half ago I was mentally tired, disillusioned, and depressed. I lost 13 kg. I was in a bad way. With all the work and with the problems I have with the company, anyone would lose… Continue Reading →

Things should continue to get better in Bermuda

Couriers, gateway operators, operations agents, customer services and finance workers in Bermuda now enjoy improved working conditions and a positive relationship with their employer – thanks to the first ever collective bargaining agreement negotiated between DHL Express and the Bermuda… Continue Reading →

DHL Colombia: how regional activists united, part two

Our second report about the union activists from Chile, Panama and Argentina who travelled to Colombia as part of an organising blitz at DHL. They came from SIELAS DHL Panamá, Sindicato de Camioneros Argentina and DHL Chile union. Along with… Continue Reading →

Not just a football match…preparing the field to organise DHL workers in Senegal

Mamadou Diallo, General Secretary of the Senegalese union Syndicat National des Travailleurs des Postes et Télécommunications (SNTPT) tells us how they are organising in DHL. “The SNTPT is committed as part of the Union to Union* and UNI Global Union… Continue Reading →

How the merger of two DHL divisions resulted in career progression for Belgian workers

In Belgium, DHL workers in the BTB and ATV Transcom have won a CBA (Collective Bargaining Agreement) that creates a strict and time-limited framework for the use of temporary workers, and at the same time improves salary and working conditions for over 80% of direct employees. Furthermore, temporary workers now have a path to a permanent DHL contract. Tom Peeters, of the Belgian union Belgische TransportBond (BTB), tells us how this all came about from the merger of two DHL divisions: –

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