The webinar will discuss the growing number of third country national (TCN) workers in the EU labour market, many of whom are stuck with abusive intermediaries and working under very precarious labour contracts.
LafargeHolcim recently announced hefty payouts to shareholders for good financial results in 2020. But there would be no profit without the thousands of workers toiling for LafargeHolcim every day. Many of them are not even recognized as LafargeHolcim employees, but are hidden away as subcontractors or third-party workers.
The Building and Woodworkers’ International (BWI) and LabourStart call on trade union affiliates, partners and allies worldwide to sign a petition supporting the reinstatement of 62 cement workers who were unjustly retrenched at the YTL-acquired Rawang Cement Factory in Malaysia.