|FNV & Just Eat Takeway.com|
|Description||Specific instance alleging a non-observance of the OECD MNE Guidelines.|
|Theme(s)||Concepts and principles, General policies, Human rights, Employment and industrial relations|
|Date||22 Feb 2021|
|Industry sector||Accommodation and food service|
Read the initial assessment, published 22 July 2021: English
On 22 February 2021, FNV, the largest trade union in the Netherlands, alleged that 10bis, an Israeli subsidiary of Just Eat Takeaway.com, had not observed the Concepts and Principles (Chapter I), General Policies (Chapter II), Human Rights (Chapter IV), and Employment and Industrial Relations (Chapter V) provisions of the Guidelines. Specifically, the issue concerns the due diligence practices of Just Eat Takeaway.com as a parent company for the actions of their subsidiaries, in this case 10bis, and the right of workers to organize themselves in a trade union.
The case was sent also to the Israeli NCP regarding the involvement of 10bis. The NCPs of the Netherlands and Israel will handle the cases separately, but coordinate their actions.
On 22 July 2021, the Dutch NCP published the intitial assessment accepting the case for further consideration, offering the parties its good offices. FNV has already accepted the good offices of the NCP while JustEatTakeaway.com has yet to respond. The NCP will continue to encourage the company to accept the good offices.