Denmark - Dialogue at Maersk satisfactory - March 31, 2017

Representatives from ITF (International Transport Workers’ Federation) trade unions committed to continued dialogue with AP Møller-Mærsk at the company’s AGM. The delegation informed the AGM of research that has been carried out amongst ITF affiliates worldwide on AP Moller Maersk corporate social responsibility policies. The research covered transport workers employed on ships, tugs and in ports. The research found that in many Maersk workplaces positive dialogue and industrial relations exist. However, there are still serious challenges in certain areas, in particular with regards to union recognition, and work is therefore needed to share best practice around all the regions of the world.

English: http://www.itfglobal.org/en/news-events/press-releases/2017/march/itf-delivers ...  

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