Coca-Cola Workers met in port city of Durban, South Africa

Nearly 600 Coca-Cola System workers met in the port city of Durban in the east coast of South Africa on the 27th September 2008.

Work Stoppages at Coca-Cola in Nepal

Sep. 25, 2008. Work stoppages were called by 5 labour unions in a labour conflict over bonus demands at Bottlers Nepal, in mid-September. Work was disrupted work at Bottlers Nepal’s two factories in Balaju, Kathmandu and Bharatpur in Chitwan district, demanding a hefty bonus for the coming Nepali festival of Dashain. The protest led to a slowdown of production at the two factories.
Bottlers Nepal, a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Sabco, employs nearly 500 workers and dominates Nepal’s soft drink market.

China: while businesses fight over Coca-Cola expansion, workers raise their voice over outsourcing

Sept. 16, 2008. While the Olympic Games were a huge success for one of its main sponsors, Coca-Cola, the company is facing difficulties at some other China issues.

Philippines: ACCUP pledges to organise precarious workers

The Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions in the Philippines has once more expressed the determination of its affiliates to organise precarious workers and fight for their right to a regular and decent work place.

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Coca-Cola Irkutsk: international negotiations ensure observance of trade union rights

Irkutsk Coca-Cola workers voting for IUF affiliation Although Coca-Cola, and the Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company in particular, declare their readiness to observe trade union rights, the formation of new union locals still sometimes meets difficulties due to local managements hostility. But this can be stopped.

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