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Freudenberg

2012.05.25The agreement with German rubber and plastics producer, Freudenberg spells out minimum labour standards that the company will adhere to including all ILO Core Conventions that embrace trade union rights, workplace equality, protection of health, safety and environmental criteria, and bans on child labour and forced labour.

Brunel

2012.05.25Brunel is a Netherlands-based international recruitment and service provider specialized in deploying skilled workers in the fields of engineering, ICT, legal, finance and insurance and banking.

Bosch

2012.05.25The Global Framework Agreement entitled "Basic principles of social responsibility at Bosch", with the German-based automotive and engineering transnational was signed with the Bosch Group European Works Council, and the International Metalworkers' Federation.

BMW

2012.05.25The agreement commits BMW to comply with all the International Labour Organisation core labour conventions along with provisions on remuneration, working time and occupational health and safety.

Evonik

2012.05.25Evonik, formerly RAG, is one of the world’s leading specialty chemicals companies, employing over 33,000 workers and generating annual sales of 14.5 billion Euros.

Eni

2012.05.25The agreement arose from a Protocol on Industrial Relations entered into between ENI management and Italian trade unions FILCEA, FEMCA and IULCEM in June 2001. This protocol established procedures for dialogue on the socio-economic impact of the company's activities across the globe and respect for human and trade union rights as contained in the ILO Core Conventions.

AngloGold

2012.05.25The key theme underlining the agreement is the "development and sustainability of the gold mining industry worldwide" and in upholding and implementing "good human resources and industrial relations practices". The promotion and respect for human and trade union rights, health and safety, environmental protection and the promotion of good relationships with local mine communities are pivotal to the agreement.

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2012.04.30IndustriALL Global Union IndustriALL Global Union represents 50 million workers in 140 countries in the mining, energy and manufacturing sectors and is a force in global solidarity taking up the fight for better working conditions and trade union rights around the world. IndustriALL challenges the power of multinational companies and negotiates with them on a global level. IndustriALL fights for another model of globalization and a new economic and social model that puts people first, based on democracy and social justice. IndustriALL strives to:

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2012.04.30Media Contacts IndustriALL Global Union head office communication contacts: Petra BrännmarkTel: +41 22 308 50 57Mob: +41 (0)79 198 69 13Email: pbrannmark@industriall-union.org

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