Logistics

Dignity for logistics workers is 2022’s best Black Friday deal

Unions are ready to negotiate, but are e-commerce companies ready? This year’s best Black Friday deal would be one where e-commerce companies sit down and talk to unions about providing dignity at work for the millions of warehouse and delivery workers working around the clock this 25 November.

Statement
24 Nov 2022

Amazon has a European Works Council, despite management

Yesterday, the Amazon management and employee representatives of different European countries agreed on the establishment of a European Works Council. This council, with workers and employer representatives, will be informed and consulted on transnational company issues.

Statement
12 May 2022

Black Friday 2021: ETF fights back for fair logistics

This Black Friday, as a European trade union movement, we demanded a better deal for workers, casting a light on the abuses in e-commerce, organising workers to fight back, and pushing the #Fight4FairLogistics!

News
30 Nov 2021

Fighting back for fair logistics

ETF and its trade unions across Europe are united in the #Fight4FairLogistics: a fight back against the exploitation of workers in the logistics and e-commerce sectors.

Issues
24 Nov 2021

Amazon – Fighting back for Fair Logistics

As multi-national logistics and e-commerce companies operate across international borders – spreading their exploitative practices, the necessary response from workers is clear: we must unite as a European trade union movement to fight back. ETF remains at the front; fighting back for fair transport!

News
20 Oct 2021

ETF unites to #FIGHT4FAIRLOGISTICS

ETF’s transport unions from all across Europe are standing up together to advance the fight against the spread of unfair labour practices and business models in logistics and e-commerce: we’re making our fight a European one. 

Event
14 Oct 2021

Italian unions sign landmark agreement with Amazon

Italian transport unions FILT-CGIL, FIT-CISL and UILTRASPORTI have signed a historic industrial relations protocol with Amazon, establishing that the company must recognise them as social partners.

News
15 Sep 2021