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Philippines: Iligan sales union signs a CBA without P3-performance based program

Ilagan Coca-Cola Plant Sales Offices Sales Force Union (ICCPSOSFU) has been fighting against the Coca-Cola company policy that insists a performance based program as basis of the salary scheme for almost 3 years. P3 (Presence, Performance, Participation) system not only removes wage bargaining rights of unions and workers but also threatens job security and increases discrimination. The IUF raised issues around P3 with Coca-Cola Atlanta management and ensured that P3 is negotiable and not mandatory.

Coca-Cola Splits North American Business

Coca Cola Company has announced plans to restructure its North American business in an attempt to accelerate its franchising efforts and streamline its main focus.

UK: Unions stage a demo over Coca-Cola job cuts in Wakefield

IUF affiliated Unite the Union, UK's largest union, called on the Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) to rethink its 'rigid' stance on seeking 47 job losses at its new automated warehouse in Kenmore Road.

The job losses are made up of 38 volunteers and 9 compulsory - but Unite says that 10 more workers have come forward for voluntary redundancy with similar skills, so there is no need for all the compulsory redundancies.

Dominican Republic: SINATRABEDSA demands reinstatement of dismissed workers at Coca-Cola

On 3 December, the IUF affiliated National Union of Workers in Dominican Bepensa SA (Coca-Cola SINATRABEDSA) expressed its reaction to the unfair dismissal of its two members working in the distribution center of Coca Cola in Barahona, southwest of the country.

Rafael Vega, newly elected general secretary of SINATRABEDSA, told that the unilateral cancellation of the contracts of Rudy Pérez and José Julián Trinidad , the first union delegates in Barahona , was due to their participation in union activities and claiming their labor rights.

European Trade Unions condemn Coca-Cola's aggressive attack on jobs and workers' rights

Please find here the declaration adopted by the EFFAT Coca-Cola Coordination Group on November 23,2013 in Antwerp during its Coca Cola Conference on working time&flexibility within the Coca Cola supply chain in Europe,
condemning Coca-Cola's aggressive attack on jobs and workers' rights in Europe.

Swaziland: Coca-Cola Abandons Swazi Farmers

Coca-Cola has denied that it intends to take any lead in protecting the rights of farmers and workers in Swaziland from land-grabbing.

This follows global reports that the international drinks company had promised to stop all business dealings with subsidiaries that were involved in land grabs, where land is taken from poor people in developing countries without their consent.

Coca-Cola, under its Swazi subsidiary Conco, produces drinks concentrate using sugar. It makes up as much as 40 percent of the Swaziland's gross domestic product (GDP), but it is said to be exempt from paying full taxes.

Pakistan: amid hardship and political turmoil a new union is born

A newly formed union at the Coca-Cola distribution centre in Peshawar, northern Pakistan, has won legal recognition and is the 9th union in the Coca-Cola system in Pakistan.

With genuine, independent unions in all 6 bottling plants and 3 distribution centres Coca-Cola Pakistan is nearly 100% unionized.

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