Mar 20, 2014
The Union Marocaine du Travail (UMT) is demanding the reinstatement of these leaders who were fired by Total Call call center in Casablanca, owned by a French telecom group.
On February 13, the Total Call call center in Casablanca, which is owned by the French telecom group Iliad, fired five leaders of the Union Marocaine du Travail (UMT) just one day after they officially registered as a local union in the company in accordance with Moroccan law. Among those dismissed were Mostafa Berrchid, El Mehdi Nasseur and Kamal Souker – union leaders who spoke at the CWA-UNI Global Union Customer Service Conference just last month.
Ron Collins, CWA chief of staff, said that CWA and UNI unions from around the world, representing customer service professionals, "are standing with their Moroccan brothers and sisters who want the respect and bargaining rights that come with union representation."
Sign this petition demanding their immediate reinstatement.