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News | 12 Oct 2021

Drivers’ court action wins US$30 million in XPO misclassification settlement

XPO Logistics is to pay a group of drivers US$30 million after it wrongly classified them as contractor companies rather than employees. A California federal...

News | 16 Apr 2021

ITF Statement in support of Amazon workers, Bessemer Alabama

Last week, the US Federal Government announced that Amazon workers in Alabama did not achieve a majority in the union election at its facility in...

News | 27 Nov 2020

#MakeAmazonPay: Workers and unions call Amazon to account on Black Friday

As customers around the world log on to make the most of Black Friday deals, workers and unions are mobilising to demand that Amazon and other e-commerce giants pay...

News | 05 Nov 2020

ITF Executive Board statement to members

The ITF reaffirms the critical role transport workers continue to play in keeping the world moving through the Covid-19 pandemic, and our solidarity with our...

News | 07 Oct 2020 Press Release

Report: XPO exposed for unsafe Covid-19 response, global worker abuses

Workers at XPO Logistics report unsafe working conditions, wage theft, misclassification and dangerous pandemic response in analysis of company’s operations in...

News | 30 Jul 2020

South Korean logistics workers organise against Covid-19 infections

Despite South Korea’s generally strong response to Covid-19, poor health and safety conditions at Coupang have led to over 150 workers becoming infected. Among...

News | 27 May 2020 Press Release

XPO AGM: Unions demand action on health and safety to save lives

Tomorrow (28 May) logistics giant XPO will hold the 2020 AGM for its European division. This comes soon after news that at least six workers across France, Italy,...

News | 13 May 2020 Press Release

XPO: Worker deaths and safety risks characterise company's pandemic response

The confirmed deaths were of workers employed on XPO operations in France, Italy, Britain and the Netherlands. Although it remains unconfirmed whether the six...