Homophobia, sexism, insults, and attacks. Four former McDonald’s workers from the chain’s restaurants in Brazil, France, and the United States were invited by Maria Noichl and Manon Aubry, Members of the European Parliament, to give their testimony of the harassment they suffered.
Uruguay | TRADE UNIONS | MEATPACKING In response to wrongful dismissals at Frigocerro FOICA takes action Amalia Antúnez 05 | …
With a strike only hours away at the brewery company Cervecería Nacional (AB InBev), and against a backdrop of social protests that have been shaking Panama for the past month, the unions reached positive agreements with management.
The Union has been alerting the IUF and FELATRAN for a year and a half about the repressive and corrupt attitude of the company’s management in Nicaragua. Manager In this sense, Juan González and Head of Production Alejandra García were timely reported, as were middle management officers, including the warehouse chief and several supervisors.
Last Friday, July 29, at a tripartite meeting, the Federation of Meat Industry Workers (FOICA) hoped to reach an agreement with the meatpacking company Frigocerro following the arbitrary dismissal of two union leaders.
The Federation of Food Industry Workers (FTIA) convened its Buenos Aires province, Villa Nueva (Cordoba), and Fimat (Santa Fe) affiliates with Nestlé production units to a meeting in its national headquarters.
On Monday, April 4, Rel UITA (IUF Latin America) joined protests staged by food industry trade unions and confederations demanding …
Our affiliate SITRACONSTA, the Union of Workers of La Constancia, a Salvadoran subsidiary of AB InBev, denounced the intransigence of the Belgian-Brazilian corporation’s management in the negotiations for improved wage conditions and its continued violation of labor and union rights.
Trade unions denounce lack of freedom of association at AB InBev
In a joint press release issued on July 7, the unions representing beer, water, soft drink, ale, and transportation workers demanded that the multinational brewery AB InBev of Peru comply with local laws and respect the workers’ freedom of association.
Walter Jonathan Bartholin Lillo, trabajador de Unilever-ID Logistic (subcontratada por Unilever), murió el 15 de junio producto de un grave accidente del trabajo durante su labor y la transnacional no se hace cargo del hecho ni lo ha comunicado formalmente. Es una de las consecuencias del proceso de externalización y precarización del trabajo emprendido desde hace tres años en Chile por la firma de origen angloholandés.