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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.  

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.

IUF German affiliate tells Coca-Cola "We will not be blackmailed!"

In ongoing negotiations for a new collective agreement the company has offered minimal wage increases to the German food workers union (NGG) but only on condition that the union accepts a significant increase in "flexibility" with all the negative consequences for additional workloads and future employment that may lead to. The union position remains a straightforward demand for a 180.00 Euro a month increase.

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.

European Coca-Cola Unions stand with Coca-Cola Amatil workers in Indonesia


IUF affiliates attending IUF European region EFFAT's meeting of union representatives at Coca-Cola European Partners (CCEP) met in Madrid recently and organized a visit to CCEP Fuenlabrada plant as part of ongoing protests against CCEP's attack on decent jobs in Spain. Affiliates at the meeting were informed about Coca-Cola Amatil's (CCA) attack on independent unions and their elected leaders in Indonesia and joined IUF affiliates around the world in expressing support for IUF members in Indonesia and condemning CCA for its direct attacks on fundamental human rights.

Coca-Cola issues jobs warning over Brexit

Coca-Cola has told the government it will be forced to “review” its Irish operations if border tariffs are introduced following Brexit. The drinks company, which employs 1,750 people at six sites on the island of Ireland, warned Paschal Donohoe, the Irish finance minister, that Brexit could threaten its investment.

Germany: Coca-Cola Central Works Council shows solidarity with independent unions at Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia

Central Works Council at Coca-Cola European Partners Germany met at the end of September and discussed the situation of Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia workers who have been fighting against zero rights. Council members support the victimized union leaders Atra Narwanto and Lutfi Ariyanto and the fundamental human right of workers to form and join independent trade unions.

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