UNI Global Union has added its voice to worldwide outrage at the systematic tax evasion of wealthy companies and individuals
UNI GS says we are in danger of being sucked into digital machine like latter-day Charlie Chaplins from Modern Times
The adopted report will ensure that when consumers order goods from another EU country they must have detailed information on prices being charged to them and the choices available, such as different delivery companies or refusing to accept a parcel being left outside unattended when you are not at home. Consumers would also get information about complaints processes available to them.
The ITUC has criticised business representatives in a UN Conference in Geneva this week for trying to block progress towards a UN treaty which would bring the international operations of multinational companies under the rule of law. The meeting, organised by the UN's human rights office is working on the elements of the proposed "international instrument to regulate, in international human rights law, the activities of transnational corporations and other business enterprises."
Three-day Engineering the Future event draws leaders from trade unions, industry and academia to set future of work strategy that delivers skills and security in a global economy
Letters to the country’s President and Labor Minister call for meeting regarding Claro telecommunications
Gavin Robinson, the DUP MP for East Belfast, didn’t go as far as was trailed by his local media when he asked in parliament whether business secretary Greg Clark had made any approach on the Bombardier crisis.
The second Accord will operate until the Bangladeshi government is prepared to take over the responsibilities.
UNI General Secretary Philip Jennings was the subject of an extensive interview with Swiss newspaper La Cote on the digital revolution and its challenges. Speaking to journalist Didier Sandoz, Jennings urged caution and serious reflection on the possible developments in the future world of work.
A report provides clear evidence that the Government of Bangladesh has failed to ensure its garment industry complies with international standards.