Multinational Companies

09 May 2017 05:03

Global unions advocate a strong dialogue with LafargeHolcim

Participants of the Child Labour Marathon

IndustriALL Global Union and Building and Wood Workers International (BWI) attended the annual shareholders meeting of LafargeHolcim on 3 May 2017, demanding tangible progress in negotiations of the Global Framework Agreement (GFA). Read more...


06 March 2017 09:38

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20 February 2017 13:43

Global trade unions represented by IndustriALL Global Union and Building and Wood Worker's International (BWI) met with representatives of LafargeHolcim on 23 January 2017 to launch the process for developing a Global Framework Agreement. Read more...


25 October 2016 20:27

Solidarity note for USW D-3 Staff in British ColumbiaRead more...


25 October 2016 20:25

We, the workforce representatives of LafargeHolcim, representing workers from North America, Latin America, Africa, Middle East, Europe and Asia, gathered in Hyeres and discussed our common issues, goals and needs. Read more...


25 October 2016 19:51

World Day for Decent Work is a day when workers and trade unionists all over the world stand up for decent work. Read more...


25 October 2016 19:40

Skanska is one of the largest multinational construction companies in the world – a company with good reputation that claims to take social responsibility.Read more...


21 October 2016 10:16

Maputo Bridge and the Accompanying Roads Project, a trunk highway extending from Maputo, capital of Mozambique, to the border of South Africa, is about 187km long.Read more...


13 October 2016 14:58

The 11th BWI Regional Committee Meeting held in Panama City on September 28th discussed, among other issues, on the political, economic and trade union regional situation emphasizing the situation experienced by different democracies in the region with the atypical case of parliamentary coup against Brazilian President: Dilma Rousseff and accusations against former President: Luiz Inacio Lula Da Silva. Other topics discussed were the economic slowdown affecting the construction industry and the recent peace process started between the FARC and the Government of Colombia. Read more...