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10 Jan 2020

Poland: Castorama responds to allegations it unfairly dismissed 10 trade union activists

In December 2019, UNI Global Union reported that Castorama Poland (owned by Kingfisher) dismissed 10 trade union activists and accused the company of "union-busting activities". As reported further by UNI Global Union, UNI Commerce has taken legal action and will launch a campaign for re-instatement of the dismissed workers and respect for trade unions.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Kingfisher to respond to the concerns raised. They sent us a statement from Castorama Poland, available below.