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Unidos contra la destrucción del empleo y las tercerizaciones en Coca Cola

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Cómo usar la “Plataforma de demandas contra la destrucción del empleo” de la Alianza Mundial de Trabajadores de Coca Cola:

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“This is not the way to make poverty history”. Casual work at the heart of IUF/Coca-Cola discussions in Atlanta

April 16, the Coca-Cola Alliance Steering Group met for its first meeting jointly with the IUF Coca-Cola contact group in Atlanta, USA. All delegates also joint the next day the meeting with Coca-Cola management, including CEO Muhtar Kent and Global Labour Relations senior management.

REL-UITA: Coca Cola, la tercerización al extremo - El apartheid laboral

En las diferentes reuniones que se realizaron en Bogotá para sensibilizar e informar sobre la situación de preconflicto en el sector bananero en Urabá, entrevistamos a dirigentes y activistas del Sindicato Nacional de Trabajadores de la Industria de las Bebidas de Colombia (SICO). La reunión se efectuó en la oficina de la UITA, allí llegaron Julio Rubén Padilla, presidente; Pablo Alfonso Carbajal, secretario de educación y Macario Pérez Petro, afiliado del Sindicato.
Léer la entrevista en el sitio web de Rel-UITA.

Austria: Unions and work council stop full outsourcing of Coca-Cola distribution

March 14, 2009. The Central works council and GMTN trade union were able to stop the full outsourcing of in Coca-Cola HBC Austria distribution, threatening the loss of 260 workplaces, in negotiations with management.

Coca-Cola Unions in Africa to intensify their cooperation

Coca-Cola union representatives from South Africa, Benin, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania, Togo and Zambia met March 12-14 in Johannesburg, South Africa to discuss successes and challenges of trade union work in the Coca-Cola system in Africa, and the integration of African Unions into the Global Coca-Cola Alliance.

German Coca-Cola employee reps against casual work

February 11. The General Works Council of the German Coca-Cola Bottler CCEAG, which is owned by The Coca-Cola Company, discussed casual work, and in particular the Charter of demands of the Global Coca-Cola Workers Alliance at its meeting February 11. Delegates, representing about 12.000 employees of CCEAG in Germany, adopted the Charter of demands unanimously and expressed their explicit support for the document.

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