Report: Unions answer algorithmic management's problems
Recognizing the urgent need to address algorithmic management, UNI's report gives valuable guidance on how unions can challenge it.
ILO must recognize US-style union busting as fundamental rights violation
UNI Global Union General Secretary Christy Hoffman makes the case in Fortune that the International Labour Organization should clarify that U.S.-style union busting is a violation of its core labor conventions which protect the freedom of association and the right to bargain. And as international standards are increasingly becoming part of the fabric of global governance, U.S. employers
Fair Pay Agreement Bargaining for Security Workers Approved in New Zealand
In a major development, the New Zealand government has granted approval for the initiation of Fair Pay Agreement (FPA) bargaining for security workers. E tū, the union representing security guards is celebrating this significant milestone, which paves the way for improved pay and working conditions in the industry.
In a world where influence and wealth are increasingly concentrated in the hands of a few, UNI Global Union builds union power to improve workers’ lives everywhere. As a global union federation with affiliates in 150 countries, we use our collective strength to expand collective bargaining, advance social and economic justice, hold corporations accountable and transform an unfair global economy.
UNI has negotiated over 50 global agreements and protocols that have secured the rights of tens-of-millions-of workers worldwide. These agreements are vital tools to level the playing field between workers and multinational corporations, and they create frameworks for workers to organize and negotiate free from fear and intimidation. Many also establish global rights on issues like gender equality and workplace safety.
UNI is a founder of the landmark International Accord, and we have been instrumental in implementing and enforcing this legally binding agreement. Our participation has helped make work safer for over two million garment workers producing items for over 160 brands in Bangladesh, with plans to expand into other countries.
A global voice of service workers at international bodies like the ILO and the OECD, UNI also partners with a diverse array of organizations to organize for fairer, greener economies and more robust democracies.
UNI has negotiated over 50 global agreements and protocols with multinational companies and other bodies to secure and support workers’ rights throughout their operations. While all of these agreements establish and reinforce the right to organize and collectively bargain without fear or intimidation, many have been expanded to cover additional issues, such as discrimination, gender-based violence, occupational health & safety and remote work.More
Our mission is to build power and lift standards for working people through strong unions and effective collective bargaining. We can only achieve democracy at the workplace and beyond when workers shift the balance of power.
We are united for a sustainable and inclusive global economy, for democracy built upon a foundation of social and economic justice and for decent work for all.More