The NCP in The Hague is an institution that monitors whether companies adhere to the guidelines of the OECD, the organization of mainly western industrial countries. These regulations state how governments in these countries think about corporate social responsibility.
According to FNV board member Petra Bolster, the employees of 10bis would like to make agreements about wages, accident insurance, weekend allowances and working hours. She therefore calls it “unheard of” that 10bis would not even want to talk to Israel’s oldest and largest union. This would represent approximately 1400 employees within 10bis.
Just Eat Takeaway, best known in the Netherlands for Thuisbezorgd.nl, has so far dismissed the matter as a local matter that is already under court in Israel, according to Bolster. But that would no longer be possible. The NCP would now conduct further investigations into the complaint and enter into discussions with those involved. It has also been suggested to start a mediation process.
Just Eat Takeaway says in a response that employees can indeed join a union, but then it must be set up correctly. The legal dispute in Israel revolves around the latter, according to the company. That would be judged under Israeli law. “This does not detract from the way we recognize the value of legitimate employee representation worldwide and hold good employership at the top,” said a spokeswoman.
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