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ThyssenKrupp unions urge company to keep elevator business

16 January, 2020The thyssenkrupp Elevator Group Works Council has written to the management of the troubled firmed urging them not to completely sell off the elevator business to raise funds.

Global agreement with ThyssenKrupp receives award

15 November, 2016The Global Framework Agreement signed in March 2015 between ThyssenKrupp, German affiliate IG Metall, the company Works Council and IndustriALL Global Union was awarded the silver medal at Germany’s “Works Council Day” on November 2016 in Bonn, Germany.

IndustriALL challenges major lifts and escalators companies over safety

19 July, 2016IndustriALL has laid down the gauntlet to four of the world’s biggest lifts and escalators companies demanding better safety in the sector. 

ThyssenKrupp launches online violations reporting system

30 March, 2016As part of the Global Framework Agreement (GFA) signed with IndustriALL Global Union and IG Metall in March 2015, the German metal and engineering multinational, Thyssenkrupp, has launched a new system allowing labour-related violations and abuses to be reported online.

IndustriALL and ThyssenKrupp sign global agreement on promotion of fundamental rights

20 March, 2015IndustriALL Global Union has signed a global framework agreement (GFA) with German-based multinational operating in different segments of the metal industry, ThyssenKrupp, for protecting and advancing the rights of more than 150,000 workers in nearly 80 countries worldwide.

ThyssenKrupp imposes cuts at the expense of the weak at AST Terni

26 February, 2015The Italian trade unions CGIL, CISL and UIL are ready to start a labour dispute in Umbria, Italy at ThyssenKrupp’s Terni facility if the company continues its policy of marginalizing the most vulnerable temporary workforce.

Labour dispute resolved at ThyssenKrupp in Italy

19 December, 2014Unity and determination from Italian unions has brought an end to one of the longest and most difficult labour disputes at Acciai Speciali Terni (AST), a steel factory owned by the multinational German group, ThyssenKrupp, located in Umbria, Italy.