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Morocco: 41 workers at Casablanca plant regularised

The UMT union local at the plant in Casablanca, Morocco, reports that 41 workers have been regularised in the last 3 months as a result of a fierce union campaign.

Tunisia: More agency workers regularised at Coca-Cola

Following the agreement to abolish agency work at the Coca-Cola bottler SFBT in Tunisia, IUF affiliate FGAT-UGTT now
reached agreement also in regard to merchandising workers previously
employed through Manpower by BST, the subsidiary of The Coca-Cola Company.

Pakistan: Improving knowledge - improving bargaining power

IUF Pakistan and the National Federation of Food, Beverage and Tobacco Workers (NFFBTW) held a five-day leadership training program in Karachi on 6-10 December 2010 under the theme “Improving knowledge-improving bargaining power”. The training focused on developing skills for a new generation of union leaders.

Social revolt boosts struggle against casual employment at Coca-Cola Tunisia - union negotiates abolition of agency work

The mass revolt in Tunisia which drove Ben Ali from power has also
changed the balance of power within companies. Trade unions played a
crucial coordination and organizing role in the social upheaval.  At
Coca-Cola’s Tunisian bottler SFBT, unions have seized the opportunity to
negotiate an end to agency work and roll back the abusive use of
precarious employment contracts.

Unions from all over the world support CCE workers' protest on Oct. 27

Workers across the European operations of Coca-Cola Enterprises will embark on joint protest action October 27.

Uruguay: Union reacts strongly to anti-trade union pressure, attempts to cut distribution work force

STCC, the union representing Coca-Cola workers in Uruguay, has strongly denounced attempts of a manager in presales to intimidate women workers who sought to join the union. Workers reacted with an immediate union meeting that took a whole workday and took the form of a strike and picket outside the gates.

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