Poland -Gdansk container terminal bans union organisers -March 17, 2015

The DCT Gdansk container terminal, has banned dock union organisers for demanding collective bargaining procedures.

The DCT Gdansk container terminal, the largest and fastest growing port terminal in the country, has banned dock union organisers and terminated the employment contract of the union leader. The union, which is representing nearly half of the dock workers, has been organising protests demanding collective bargaining procedures to be set up in the company. The union wants to negotiate, amongst other things, on wages, contracts and holidays.

English: http://www.itfglobal.org/en/news-events/news/2015/march/polands-largest-container ...  


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