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Indonesia: union secures permanent jobs for 600 casuals at Unilever joint venture

2 March 2013 News
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More than 600 casual and contract workers will shift to permanent positions at Unilever’s Kecap Bango joint venture in Subang, Indonesia. For hundreds of workers employed through labour hire agencies for the past 10 years it is a life-changing breakthrough that brings an end to the insecurity, discrimination and vulnerability that characterizes precarious employment.

The IUF-affiliated Independent Union of Kecap Bango Workers (SPMKB) celebration this great achievement with a solidarity banner expressing thanks to all IUF members around the world that supported them over the past 3 years.