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Workers at Coca-Cola Brampton approve new agreement

Workers at Coca-Cola bottling in Brampton, Ontario have approved a new three-year deal by 83 per cent, officially ending a three-week long strike.

"The real fight here was over the defined benefit pension plan, with Coca-Cola pushing us to move to a defined contribution plan," said Jerry Dias, Assistant to the CAW National President. "Coca-Cola can certainly afford for employees to retire with a stable income. We were ultimately successful in keeping the defined benefit pension plan and improving upon it."

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 FEMSA workers to vote on new profit share proposals

After manufacturers Spal - Indústria Brasileira de Bebidas SA presented new figures to the unions, the National Confederation of Food and Allied Workers (CNTA Afins) has convened a meeting with the unions involved to decide on the proposal.
 

2 weeks of nationwide warning strikes at Coca-Cola Germany to stop job cuts

Thousands of workers from Germany`s largest beverage company, Coca-Cola (CCE AG) organized by IUF affiliated NGG will be staging 2 weeks of warning strikes at about 60 sites of Coca-Cola in Germany against the company`s plan over restructuring, job cuts and more flexible working hours.

Philippines: P3 claims another victim

When a Quality Assurance Specialist at Coca-Cola Philippines was told she had failed under the P3 performance evaluation system she fought to defend herself against a biased and unfair system. Instead of addressing her concerns about her manager's clear bias against her she was given a dismissal notice, becoming yet another victim of the ruthless P3 appraisal scheme that unions have been fighting against for more than two years. 

NEWS/Philippines: Bacolod Beverage Plant Workers, Employees Protest Management’s so-Called Downsizing Policy

Employees and workers of the Bacolod Coca-Cola bottling in coordination with employees of the various bottling plants of the beverage company and with the support of different workers’ organizations in the world and again, in the country, are launching protest actions which its union President Emmanuel Bandola of the said New Independent Workers’ Organization Coca-Cola Bacolod Plant (NIWO) claimed is counter-productive as a whole to workers’ interest and well-being.

The Philippines: Sugar farmers, workers declare support for Coca-Cola workers

In a statement issued by Sugar Watch, a national alliance of sugar farmers and sugar workers, the labour policies of Coca-Cola Philippines were denounced as "unfair, unjust and inhuman."
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