CCEP management denies employees' right to be heard at European level!

After almost three years of negotiations Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) management left the negotiating table when the employee representatives refused to sign an unacceptable proposal.

Since the creation of CCEP in 2016, trade unions have denounced continued attacks on jobs and incessant requests for enhanced labor flexibility.  

Youth and community groups in Indonesia join Zero Rights campaign


University students and local communities in Indonesia have joined IUF affiliates to support  the IUF's  #TasteZeroRights campaign. Throughout Indonesia student and community groups will be joining those in Indonesia and internationally demanding justice for Indonesian Coca-Cola workers fighting for their rights.

Ireland: Students Nationwide Stand Against Coca-Cola in #TasteZeroRights campaign

In April the Union of Students national congress in Ireland passed a motion to support SIPTU and the IUF's #TasteZeroRights campaign in protest particularly of Coca-Cola's denial of workers' rights to unionise and engage in collective bargaining  in the west of Ireland. USI represents 347,000 students across the island of Ireland.

Indonesia: Zero Rights campaign protests on May Day


FSBMM and FSPM joined the May Day rally in Lampung and Jakarta and organized a substantial show of solidarity with Coca-Cola workers in their ongoing fight for the right to form and join independent unions. Marchers also demanded that unfairly dismissed leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia be reinstated by the Company.

European Trade Unions take action to denounce Coca-Cola's attack on jobs and workplace rights

Led by the IUF's European organization EFFAT, unions representing Coca-Cola workers organized a demonstration on Monday 29 April at the Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) headquarters in Anderlecht.

Germany: NGG signs successful agreement with Coca-Cola following mass mobilization of warning strikes

The IUF-affiliated German food workers' union (NGG) has signed a collective bargaining agreement with Coca-Cola following successful warning strikes by 2,200 NGG members at all 35 Coca-Cola locations between April 8 and 10, 2019.

Indonesia: FSBMM protests call for the reinstatement of union leaders, collective bargaining rights and a living wage at Coca-Cola Amatil


FSBMM members have continued a series of protest actions in Indonesia in support of the independent Coca-Cola unions at Coca-Cola Amatil (CCA).
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