The IUF protests imposed mass redundancies at Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines

The Coca-Cola Workers Alliance meeting in Geneva expressed deep concern to learn that a unilateral announcement by Coca-Cola FEMSA of mass redundancies is affecting 570 members of the Federation of Coca-Cola unions' (FCCU) sales workforce in the Philippines.

IUF affiliates call on Coca-Cola to stop its zero rights regime in Indonesia!


IUF members participating in a global meeting of unions representing Coca-Cola workers held in Geneva on February 20-21 pledged to continue their support for Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia workers, and pointed to a number of other potential issues at the company. The message to Coca-Cola is a simple one: respect human rights throughout your operations and remedy the rights violations!

Pakistan: Coca-Cola Beverage Workers Union calls upon TCCC and Coca-Cola Amatil to remedy human rights violations in Indonesia


Coca-Cola Beverage Workers Union Rahim Yar Khan city council held a protest action at the factory gate to extend their solidarity with the dismissed union leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia.

Benin: Coca-Cola union expresses its concern over rights violations in Indonesia to SOBEBRA management


The Workers' Union of SOBEBRA (SYNTRA.SOB) that represents workers of the Coca-Cola bottler of the BGI group in Benin calls on the Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola Amatil to respect rights, reinstate dismissed union leaders and negotiate in good faith with independent unions in Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia.

Egypt: Mondelez union members stand with dismissed independent union leaders at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia


The IUF-affiliated Mondelez Alexandria Union members in Egypt call on the Coca-Cola Company and Coca-Cola Amatil to reinstate the two dismissed union leaders with full back pay and guarantees that they can exercise their right to act as elected leaders of the two independent unions.

Coca-Cola's attack on jobs targets two UK sites

Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP), the world's largest independent Coca-Cola bottler, announced late January that the company is planning to close a distribution center in Northampton in January 2019 and a manufacturing site in Milton Keynes in October 2019 with the loss of almost 300 jobs.

France: FGA-CFDT condemns Coca-Cola for jobs losses - classic "social dumping"

Coca-Cola European Partners has publicly announced a social plan cutting 252 positions (10% of payroll) on 7 sites including 5 factories where 2,600 people are employed by the company: Socx, Clamart, Grigny, Castanet-Tolosan and Les Pennes Mirabeau, the head office and the technical service.

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