violations of workers rights

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Coca-Cola US Dunkin' Donuts deal breaks union contract, threatens jobs

Dunkin' Donuts announced a major deal with Coca-Cola on April 2, 2012. It would serve Coca-Cola products in more than 9,400 restaurants in the United States after ending its PepsiCo tie-up. The employees of Coca-Cola Refreshments (Coca-Cola's North American bottling operation) organized in the IUF affiliated Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU-UFCW) hoped that this would result in hiring more.  

Watch the video and stand up for workers’ rights at Coca-Cola Philippines.

Coca-cola workers in the Philippines are unhappy. The company refuses to collectively bargain with its workers for a wage increase and other benefits.  Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc. (CCBPI) is threatening the workers' union and job security of workers.

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Casual Work, Employment and Union recognition rights issues at the heart of IUF/Coca-Cola March 2012, Atlanta meeting

On March 29, a team of Coca-Cola union representatives met Coca-Cola's Global Workplace Rights Director Ed Potter and his team in Atlanta to discuss global labour relations at Coca-Cola, specific cases from countries where issues were reported, and, in particular, the issue of precarious work in Coca-Cola's system.

Coke union leader faces termination for helping casual workers demand permanent jobs

On 20th July Coca-Cola Philippines management issued an inter-office memorandum to Brother Fred Maranon, President of the San Fernando Coca-Cola Rank & File Union (SACORU), a member of the IUF-affiliated Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP), threatening termination.

Philippines: Report union busting to Coca-Cola’s Ethics Hotline, and they’ll come after you!

When the Coca-Cola Sales Force union at Meycauayan, Philippines discovered last year that some management representatives were actively discouraging account developers from being union members (contrary to the policy announced to unions by Phillipines national management after IUF raised it with TCCC), they took the issue to their national consultation meeting and expected swift solution.

Atlanta: IUF delegation appreciates dialogue with company, raises Philippines, India, North America issues among others

During the spring session of the regular meetings between IUF and TCCC in Atlanta, the IUF delegation expressed appreciation for the ongoing constructive and open dialogue with TCCC.

Uruguay: STCC begins mass mobilisation at Coca-Cola

Workers at Coca-Cola in Uruguay have started to mobilise against neglect of their union, STCC, by the company, and the bad faith the company has shown during collective bargaining. In a mass assembly during a strike October 15, attended by some 400 workers, it was decided to enter into preconflict mode and hold a series of mass rallies.

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