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Inditex: European works council set up

At the start of last week, the Inditex group, which owns clothing brands such as Zara, Massimo Dutti and Pull & Bear, penned an agreement regarding the creation of a European works council (EWC). The deal was negotiated with UNI Europa, the European services workers' union, and contains a number of innovative measures, such as specific provisions on the links that the EWC is to have with national bodies.

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Under the agreement, a coordinator appointed by the UNI Europa union will attend all meetings of the EWC, its select committee and those it has with company management, in order to provide support to members in their analysis of the subjects covered and to facilitate dialogue between the parties. The EWC will represent workers from the group’s shops and its logistics platform. It will have 25 seats, representing 22 countries in total, and all members will need to have a personal mandate on a national level to represent staff.


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