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[Jan 16, 2011] Help to Respect Human Rights Workers (The Earth Planet, World)

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  1. Help the Human Rights of Workers are respected by the security company ( Securitas http://www.securitas.com - http://www.securitas.es ).
    Ayude a que los Derechos Humanos de los Trabajadores sean respetados por la empresa de seguridad ( Securitas http://www.securitas.com - http://www.securitas.es ).

    Comparta y de a conocer la web de protesta - Share and publicize the protest site:

    http://www.insecuritas.org
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    Presentación de (In) Securitas . Una mala compañía . (In) Securitas . A bad company Presentation
    ¿ Por qué este Blog? Why this Blog?
    Securitas es (por volumen de facturación) la segunda empresa de seguridad del mundo.
    Securitas fue creada en Suecia en el año 1934. En la actualidad unos 260.000 empleados forman parte del Grupo Securitas en 40 países de América del Norte, América del Sur, Europa, Asia, Oriente Medio y África.
    Organizaciones de trabajadores han denunciado la falta de respeto a los Derechos Humanos por parte de Securitas.
    En este blog, y haciendo uso de los principios y derechos recogidos por la Constitución Española y las Leyes Internacionales referentes a la libre transmisión de información veraz, y a la libertad de expresión y opinión, y relataremos todo aquello que hace de Securitas una ‘mala compañía’.
    Este blog pretende ser un punto de información y de debate, donde los trabajadores, sus representantes y clientes de Securitas, puedan expresar sus quejas y contar sus experiencias negativas con la empresa sueca.
    Rogamos la crítica constructiva, que evite el insulto, el lenguaje soez y la mendacidad. Los autores de opiniones que vulneren estas normas, verán como sus comentarios son borrados o no aparecen publicados. Los autores de los comentarios de este blog, serán los únicos responsables de lo que en ellos escriban, no identificándose necesariamente el blogmaster, con lo que en ellos se exprese.
    Con la esperanza de que la exposición de los hechos ayude a que se corrijan actitudes erróneas y lamentables, por parte de Securitas, se ha creado esta bitácora.
    Enlaces Relacionados:
    Grupo Securitas . Securitas Group:
    http://www.securitas.com
    Securitas España . Securitas Spain:
    http://www.securitas.es
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    Securitas is (turnover) the second largest security company in the world.
    Securitas was founded in Sweden in 1934. At present some 260,000 employees are part of the Securitas Group in 40 countries in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Middle East and Africa.
    Workers' organizations have denounced the lack of respect for Human Rights by Securitas.
    In this blog, and using the principles and rights enshrined in the Spanish Constitution and International Law regarding the free flow of truthful information, and freedom of expression and opinion, they reported that Securitas makes a 'bad company' .
    This blog is intended as an information and discussion, where the workers, their representatives and clients of Securitas , to express their grievances and have their negative experiences with the swedish company.
    Please constructive criticism, to avoid insults, foul language and mendacity. The authors of opinions that violate these rules will see their comments are deleted or not published. The commenters on this blog are the sole responsibility of what they write, not necessarily identifying the blogmaster, so that they express.
    Hoping that the statement of the facts will help to correct erroneous and regrettable attitudes on the part of Securitas, has volved this blog.
    Related Links:
    Securitas Group . Grupo Securitas:
    http://www.securitas.com
    Securitas Spain . Securitas España:
    http://www.securitas.es
  2. Global Union to Securitas: Respect workers’ freedom to form unions . Via: Service Employees International Union

    http://www.insecuritas.org - http://www.insecuritas.org/?p=62

    «Global Union to Securitas: Respect workers’ freedom to form unions

    By Kevin O’Donnell

    In our search for global justice in the security industry, last week the Stand for Security campaign hit Sweden. This week, Japan. Amid growing concerns about the quality of jobs offered by the world’s second-largest security firm, the 3rd World Congress of UNI Global Union Thursday issued a statement urging profitable, Sweden-based Securitas to respect the freedom of Securitas employees across the globe to form unions in order to raise security industry standards.

    “Securitas workers in the United States welcome the support of union members from all over the world,” says Josh Haywood, a Securitas officer at Intel Corporation in Hillsboro, Oregon.

    Haywood is one of 3,200 Securitas officers involved in an organizational effort with the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in cities across North America. Securitas has so far refused to recognize the officers’ unions, even where a majority of officers have officially expressed their desire to have a union. This violates Securitas‘ 2006 Global Agreement with the Swedish Transport Workers Union and UNI Global Union, which represents 20 million workers in 900 unions worldwide.

    The statement by the Congress reads: “These unfair practices violate the letter and spirit of the 2006 Securitas-UNI/Swedish Transport Workers’ Union Global Agreement…and are contrary to the ILO Conventions, the United Nation’s Global Compact principles and the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Corporations.”

    Securitas employs more than 260,000 people working in 40 countries in North America, Europe, Latin America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. The company’s troubling business decisions in several countries have recently come to light:
    •In the U.S. a recent survey of Securitas officers revealed pay as little as $8.00 (USD) per hour, 54% of officers without company health insurance, and 66% of officers without regular training to keep the public safe.
    •In India, most Securitas officers are paid low wages (INR. 4500-6000–around $100-$133 (USD) per month), while working seven days a week, on shifts as long as 48 hours.
    •In Poland, Securitas workers are paid €1.30 per hour and work 250-300 hours per month, between 62 and 75 hours per week, with no overtime payment.

    Securitas officers worldwide generated $8.2 billion in revenue and $494 million in profits for the company in 2009. It’s good to know that the hardworking officers of Securitas enjoy the support of the more than 2000 trade unionists from 110 countries gathered in Nagasaki this week. Look for worldwide support of Securitas officers to grow».

    Via: Service Employees International Union.
    http://www.seiu.org

    http://www.seiu.org/2010/11/world-c...as-respect-workers-freedom-to-form-unions.php

    Enlaces Relacionados - Related Links:

    Securitas Group - Grupo Securitas:
    http://www.securitas.com

    Securitas Spain - Securitas España:
    http://www.securitas.es
  3. Borja VI Member

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  4. glenderry Member

    ¿como puedo actuar si no soy trabajador ni cliente? ¿enviando carta solicitando cambio de politica laboral a la empresa? ¿existe un modelo?. gracias
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  5. Anonymous Member

    NYPA.

    Oh no, that's right, now we are everybody's PA.
    Nevermind. /said in Gilda Radner voice.
  6. RATT-fink Member

    Fuk facebook
  7. peeweebank9 Member

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