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Finnish-based companies breach employees’ right to organize
in Mexico


Helsinki (14.12.2012 – Juhani Artto) In Mexico several Finnish-based companies are failing to respect the right of their employees to organize. This was exposed in a report published by the Finnish watchdog Finnwatch on Tuesday. The companies breaching employees’ rights are Huhtamäki, Kone, Luvata and Metso. The report does not include data from Nokia’s and Savcor’s factories in Mexico as these companies declined to respond to Finnwatch’s questionnaire. The report is part of a Finnwatch programme that is supported by the trade unions JHL, Pro and Team, among other sponsors. In spring 2012, the Finnish-based company PKC Group was exposed for similar unjust behaviour
. – Read more: Maassa maan tavalla?, the English language summary on page 5, Finnwatch 2012, 20-page pdf-file