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ITF unions representing workers from the global delivery multinationals are working together to fight for rights and standards for all workers – regardless of country or employment status. They are doing this by connecting activists along company lines – join the global delivery network here. Keep informed read the global delivery briefings and receive global delivery news. Be part of it! Click on your company blog below to get informed – and get active. Work for a global delivery company not featured below? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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21 Mar 2014
Building strength in the global delivery chain
UPS workers from around the world restated their commitment to building worker power at a meeting in Washington, USA last week.
The ITF-affiliated International Brotherhood of Teamsters hosted the UPS meeting at their headquarters. The meeting...
31 Jan 2014
ITF and UNI turn over new leaf with DHL
The ITF and fellow global union federation UNI turned over a new leaf in their relationship with the global delivery company Deutsche Post-DHL this week, as a joint statement on an Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)...
23 Apr 2014
Turkish union secures DHL bargaining deal
The ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) and UNI Global Union today congratulated Turkey’s TUMTIS union, which has secured a nationwide collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with logistics giant DHL. The agreement will provide 2,200...
30 Jan 2014
Joint statement: UNI and ITF turn page with DHL
The German National Contact Point for the OECD Guidelines (NCP) today issued a Joint Statement (click here) agreed upon by UNI, the ITF and Deutsche Post-DHL. The Joint Statement addresses some key areas in dispute and aims to turns a page in UNI...