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Response by Outokumpu

Author: Outokumpu, Published on: 28 October 2019

Outokumpu maintains a consistent policy of freedom of association for all its employees. In accordance with local rules and regulations, Outokumpu employees have the right to organize themselves, join associations and bargain with the company collectively. 

In the United States, the National Labor Relations Act, governs the process that both unions and employers must follow with respect to union organizing; including the right to participate in secret ballot elections. 

Regarding the anti-union allegations raised by the Business and Human Rights Resource Centre, Outokumpu denies that it has acted in bad faith or violated the law or negatively affected the rights of any of its employees. 

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This is a response from the following companies: Outokumpu