Strike by Frontline Workers at Victoria Hospital, Bengaluru

Frontline workers employed in Victoria hospital as housekeeping staff, ward attenders, lift operators, Data entry operators and security, have not been paid their wages for October 2021. Victoria Hospital was a dedicated COVID-19 facility, and these workers worked throughout the first and second wave of COVID-19.  The wages for the month of September had also been delayed and was only paid on 31st October.

Central Trade Unions Call for Two-Day Nationwide Strike During Budget Session of Parliament

The National Convention of Workers was held on 11th November 2021 at Jantar Mantar, New Delhi, under the banner of Joint Platform of Central Trade Unions and Independent sectoral all-India Federations and Associations. The convention began with paying homage to many tall leaders of the Central Trade Unions, Federations/Associations, prominent persons in public life who died during Covid-19 period, the farmers who lost lives during the year long historic kisan agitation, including the recent Lakhimpur Kheri killings, and those people who died because of hate crimes, etc.

Brazil: Construction Union’s 7-day strike ends in victory

After a seven-day strike, the Trade Union of Construction, Paving and Earth Movement Industries Workers of the State of Ceará (SINTEPAV-CE) inked a new collective bargaining agreement (CBA) with companies operating the Solar Alex Project in Ceará, Brazil.

The union won an increase in workers’ wages by 10 percent and increased monthly bonuses from R$ 450 to R$ 600 (about USD 110). Overtime pay was also increased by 60 percent during the week and 100 percent on Saturdays.

Industrial Relations Code: An Attack on the Right to Strike and to Organise

The central government has recently passed four anti-Labour Codes that, in the name of ‘ease of doing business’, effectively crush the hard-won rights of the working class. One such right that has been heavily impaired  is the right of workers to organize and collectively bargain. It has been done through the heavily problematic provisions in the Industrial Relations Code (hereinafter the Code) which replaces the Industrial Disputes Act (ID Act), 1947, the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act, 1946 and the Trade Unions Act, 1926.

" दबेगी कब तलक आवाज़-ए-आदम हम भी देखेंगे रुकेंगे कब तलक जज़्बात-ए-बरहम हम भी देखेंगे "

26 नवम्बर 2020 की देशव्यापी हड़ताल को सफल करो

- कोयला, रेल, डिफेंस, बैंकिंग इत्यादि

सेक्टरों का निजीकरण - कॉर्पोरेटीकरण नहीं चलेगा !!

- श्रम अधिकारों को खत्म करने के लिए लाये

गए सभी श्रम कोड अधिनियम निरस्त करो !!

- जनता की संपत्ति निजी हाथों में सौंपना नहीं चलेगा !!

कोयला श्रमिकों का कन्वेंशनः 24 सितंबर को एक दिन की हड़ताल का आह्वान

पांच लाख से अधिक कोयला मजदूरों का प्रतिनिधित्व कर रहीं ऐक्टू, सीटू, एटक, इंटक और एचएमएस से सम्बद्ध कोयला मजदूर यूनियनों ने 5 सितंबर को रांची में सीसीएल के सीएमपीडीआई हॉल में कांवेंशन आयोजित किया. ईसीएल, बीसीसीएल, सीसीएल, एसईसीएल से सैकड़ों कोयला मजदूर कन्वेंशन में शामिल हुए. कोयला उद्योग में 100 प्रतिशत विदेशी पूंजी निवेश के विरोध में कोयला मजदूरों की एक निर्णायक लड़ाई की तैयारी के लिए यह कन्वेंशन आयोजित था. कन्वेंशन ने कोयला मजदूरों के आंदोलन का आगे बढ़ाने की दिशा में 24 सितम्बर 2019 को एक दिन की हड़ताल सफल बनाने का आह्वान किया.

Country Comes to Standstill With All India Workers’ Strike: AICCTU Congratulates the Workers for Making this Strike Historic

The All India General Strike called by ten central trade unions including AICCTU and supported by many workers’ federations throughout different sectors brought down economic and social life to a virtual halt in entire country on 8-9 January 2019. This became a complete Bharat Bandh with participation of many democratic organisations including those of students, youth, women and farmers.