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IndustriALL stands with Unite to denounce the 4 February sacking of Unite Convenor Mark Lyon by Ineos in Grangemouth, Scotland.
Unite the Union reports of an agreement concluded with the owners of Ineos according to which some 800 workers, Unite members, and their families will keep their jobs safe with Ineos at Grangemouth, Scotland.
Members of IndustriALL Global Union’s UK affiliate Unite the Union at INEOS in Grangemouth, Scotland keeps on resisting the company’s outrageous threats and intimidations.
Talks between Ineos and Unite, Britain’s largest trade union and IndustriALL Global Union affiliate, have come to an abrupt end after company representatives walked out demanding an apology from the union.
The consumer products multinational corporation Unilever’s huge profits continue to grow but so does the company’s pressure on its employees’ trade unions around the world. IndustriALL participated in sessions of international social dialogue and trade union networking on 4-7 March, building on the trade union response to this trend.
Unite the Union holds a public meeting in London at 18:00 to 19:30 on 20 February 2013 on trade union rights in Mexico
IndustriALL Global Union affiliates, IG Metall and Unite, announced membership growth in 2012, with 18,000 additional members at IG Metall and a boost of 50,000 at Unite.
On 15 November unions and management of Italian-based producer of domestic appliances, Indesit, jointly established the Global Committee.
Scottish paper bag workers at Smith Anderson told “No holiday” between July and December.
Unions mobilize in response to Ford Motor Co.'s bitter news last week that almost 6,000 workers in Belgium and the UK are to lose their jobs in the coming years as part of its announced restructuring of European operations.
5 million workers in the UK are paid less than a living wage, according to research by KPMG, on 29 October 2012
150,000 people came to London on 20 October 2012 to participate in union-organized actions against austerity imposed by the government.
A joint human rights communiqué was signed today by the governments of the four countries holding the current and next three summer and winter Olympics (the UK, Russia, Brazil and Korea).
Members of Unite the Union are fighting back against Paragon, as the leading printing company attempts to squeeze yet more profits out of its workers in Sunderland, Northeast England.
Rio Tinto was awarded the gold medal on Friday 20 July in London, after being voted the worst company linked to the London Olympics.
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