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7 Sep 2020

Morocco: Alleged abusive dismissal of a union leader in Webhelp call centre, sparks protest in demand guaranteeing the right to assembly; incl company response


Workers at Webhelp call centre, Morocco, have been on protests on August 16th in order to oppose the forced eviction of the union leader. In a video shared by local media, workers declared they will continue their demonstration to put pressure on the management to stop the selective victimisation of the union members and reinstate the terminated union committee members – who were, according to the union, fired through illegal means.