“The language we have read and heard is completely unacceptable, hurtful and strongly dismissive. We want to bring all the facts to the surface as quickly as possible and have a robust discussion with the parties involved. Based on this, Hans van den Berg, CEO of Tata Steel Netherlands, said in a statement. We will consider what actions need to be taken.
Nordholland Dagblad It reported on Saturday that it had screenshots of conversations in the WhatsApp group of the Tata subsidiary Business Council. In it, the staff makes assertive statements about the working group that Kappen met with Kolen, which is linked to the Extinction Rebellion. Dozens of members of that group want to perform a “death” on Monday at the entrance gate of Tata by lying on the ground as “corpses”.
“Directly in the oven it won’t stink,” says Central Works Board deputy chairman Gerrit Idema, according to the paper. Another Labor Council member added: “I wanted to add Arbeit macht Frei as a hint.” Another Labor Council member wrote: “Do we still have that box somewhere we used it with the strikes? Can we carry it right away” with the addition of smileys and a picture of a coffin.
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