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Satisfactory agreement of Brazilian Coca-Cola workers with Coca Cola FEMSA

After difficult negotiations, the factory workers of Cosmopolis reached a new agreement for the period of 2013-2014.

In dialogue with the IUF Latin America office, Artur Well Junior, president of the Union of Workers in the Food Industry Limeira (STILAL) representing employees of the Coca-Cola FEMSA, reported that the negotiations began in April and reached to an agreement at the end of July.

Solidarity with striking Canadian Cola-Cola workers fighting outsourcing of full-time jobs

The 700 full-time workers and 100 temporary employees are walking the picket line at Canada’s largest Coca-Cola plant in Brampton since June 27. The major issues in the dispute are outsourcing and pension benefits.

Coca-Cola's Long Term Goal in Myanmar

Coca-Cola's recent move to open a plant inside Myanmar, the first cola company to do so, represents Asia Pacific's growing significance for carbonates,according to Euromonitor International.

La Fusion des embouteilleurs et l'avenir de l'emploi en Espagne et au Japon et les questions des droits syndicaux au Guatemala marque la rencontre UITA / Coca-Cola d’Avril 2013 à Atlanta

Le Secrétariat de l’UITA avec les représentants des travailleurs de Coca-Cola en Espagne, au Japon, au Guatemala, en Argentine et aux USA ont rencontré la Direction des Relations de Travail de Coca-Cola au plus haut niveau au siège de la compagnie  à Atlanta pour les premières réunions semestrielles de 2013.

Coca-Cola Enterprises could cut up to 288 UK distribution jobs

The IUF affiliated Unite the Union, which represents 160 of the drivers and warehouse workers, described the news as a 'devastating blow'.

Unite the Union believes that Cola Coca Enterprises is a highly profitable and successful global company and the union will be doing everything in their power to protect jobs.

Germany: NGG wins employment guarantees, gains for temporary workers at Coca-Cola Germany

IUF affiliated NGG concluded a very successful collective bargaining agreement after 11 rounds of negotiations and 2 weeks of nationwide warning strikes at Coca-Cola Germany to stop job cuts. NGG secured employment by ensuring that no forced redundancies to take place for the duration of the collective agreement.

Cincinnati Coca Cola Workers Join Teamsters

Employees of Coca Cola in the greater Cincinnati area working in the Vending Service Department recently joined Teamsters Local 1199.  The employees, 32 in all, repair vending machines and fountain equipment in the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Area.

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