Nestlé workers struggle for their rights as shareholders prepare for annual celebration
On Thursday, April 19, Nestlé will be holding its annual shareholder meeting – and the global union federation for food workers, the IUF, is calling on the company to start respecting trade union rights.
Just a few days ago, a court in Pakistan ordered the arrest of a manager at a labour contractor used by Nestlé.
The contractor has been supplying labour under abusive conditions, according to the union.
And it's not only in Pakistan. In Indonesia, Nestlé fired 53 union members who went on strike.
On the eve of Nestlé's annual meeting, the company needs to be reminded that trade unionists everywhere support our brothers and sisters who work for Nestlé.
Please take a moment to send off your message to Nestlé today: