Corea, República de - Anti-union discrimination at electrical systems factory

In 2015 the regional labour committee found Valeo Electrical Systems Korea guilty of unfair labour practices. Management had sought to get rid of the Korean Metal Workers’ Union (KMWU) at the factory, outsourcing jobs, and hiring thugs to threaten union members. Those who insisted on maintaining their union membership found they were given the lowest scores in the annual performance evaluation, and were again urged to withdraw from the KMWU. Several did then leave the union, because it was impacting on their financial situation.

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