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Workers at Furukawa Automotive System Incorporated have won a major victory as the certification election held 9-10 January this year resulted in a landslide in favour of having a union at their workplace.
Women and young workers from ten IndustriALL Global Union affiliates in the Philippines were trained in strategic corporate research at a workshop in Manila from 19-20 October.
532 activists and members have been fired from Amertron Incorporated Philippines after forming a union.
Philippine trade unions hold a three-day workshop laying the framework and strategies to pursue a living wage in the country.
Recent legislative and political developments around the world illustrate the continuing increase of precarious work. Trade unions are fighting back.
11 union leaders in eight pharmaceutical companies operating in the Philippines met for a one-day strategic meeting on 24 May in Manila, to exchange information and launch a discussion on future coordination through network building.
An organizing and campaign workshop was held from 19-21 April in Manila, Philippines, to equip IndustriALL Global Union affiliates with skills and methods to pursue a coherent and structured campaign.
Textile and garment workers and allied sectors affiliated with IndustriALL Global Union participated in a three day collective bargaining and negotiation training course from 3 to 5 March 2017 at Antipolo City.
Sixty cement union leaders and activists from Indonesia, Thailand and the Philippines came together at the Citeureup (Indocement/HeidelbergCement) plant in Indonesia for an IndustriALL Global Union regional meeting on 27 and 28 February to improve the situation of workers in the cement sector.
IndustriALL Women Philippines called for increased maternity protection at a press conference on 10 November.
IndustriALL Philippine affiliates rallied side by side with contractual and agency workers on 7 October, the world day for decent work, which also marked the first 100 days of President Rodrigo Duterte's period in office.
On World Day for Decent Work on 7 October, women workers joined IndustriALL’s simultaneous mobilizations in Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines and Thailand to fight against precarious work.
IndustriALL women in the Philippines participated in a recent public hearing on the proposed law on increasing maternity leave to 120 days.
Japanese-owned company NT Philippines violates labour rights in the Cavite Economic Zone in the Philippines.
IndustriALL Philippine affiliates commit to monitoring compliance by factories on labour laws and occupational safety and health standards.
Training in gender equality and advocacy was held for women trade union leaders in Indonesia and the Philippines. Training is also scheduled for Cambodia, Thailand and Myanmar.
IndustriALL Philippines held a three-day training workshop on organizing skills to enhance the capacity of field organizers.
The ILO Committee on Application of Standards at the 2016 International Labour Conference in Geneva heard testimonies from workers around the world facing increased repression and difficulties in exercising their rights enshrined in ILO Conventions.
Thirty-three women leaders from twelve IndustriALL affiliates in the Philippines completed a two-day workshop on Gender Equality in Collective Bargaining, held in San Mateo, Rizal from 25-26 April 2016.
Strong and sustainable industrial policy is required to tackle the challenges of the Industry 4.0, said unions at the IndustriALL Global Union’s steering committee on information and communication technologies (ICT), electrical & electronics on 6-7 April in Tokyo, Japan.
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