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Kulwinder Plaha back at work! August 25, 2009

Posted by tomcwu in Carphone Warehouse, Uncategorized, Wednesbury.
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Yesterday morning Kulwinder Plaha, CWU rep at Carphone’s Wednesbury Logistics Centre, walked back into work.  As Carphone Worker has reported, Kulwinder was threatened with the sack for challenging unfair management behaviour.

We welcome the company’s decision to reinstate Kulwinder, without any disciplinary sanction whatsoever, and hope that this is a signal of a more constructive approach to employee relations at the site.

The CWU will continue in our efforts to support the reinstatement of Sulinder Kumar.

For more on the CWU’s campaign see here and here.   We got international and domestic union support.  Carphone Worker recognises the contribution, and thanks, those who have been a part of making this happen.  United we stand.

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1. CLIVE WALDER - August 25, 2009

Excellent news. It proves that dertermined trade union action can still beat anti-union bosses. Forward to full union recognition

Debbie CWL - September 2, 2009

Well Done Kulwinder for sticking in there for what is right and just. We are all behind you 150%. Hopefully now CPW will do the right thing and re instate Sulinder.

Best wishes to you both.

kulwinder - September 19, 2009

Thanks debbie for your comment. We live in a democracy and we should practice the right to be treated with respect and dignity.


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