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23 May 2014
ITF delivers “together we’re stronger” message to world union leaders
The ITF shared the lessons of the DHL campaign at the ITUC (International Trade Union Confederation) congress in Berlin, Germany this week – and took away lessons from the world’s trade unions.
Acting general secretary Steve Cotton told the 1,500...
24 Apr 2014
Global campaign helps Turkish workers to victory
Thousands of workers at DHL Turkey made concrete gains after their employer signed a new agreement with the ITF-affiliated TUMTIS union earlier this week.
The agreement will provide social security for over 2000 workers, make 750 subcontracted...
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...