Stop casual employment in Coke! Support the Alliance Charter of demands against job destruction!

More and more trade unions in the Coca-Cola system have started to
actively explore and take up the fight against casual employment in
production, sales and distribution of Coca-Cola products.

Fight against casualisation to be coordinated by Alliance Steering Group

Nov. 17, 2008. As decided at the global meeting in Oberjosbach, over the last months, the Coca-Cola Global Alliance Steering Group has been formed from representatives of IUF regions.

The charter of demands against job destruction

Outsourcing, casualisation and job destruction are among the most urgent issues that unions at Coca-Cola across the globe face.

The Coca-Cola Workers Global Alliance stands for a joint set of demands in order to stop the abuse of casual employment in the Coca-Cola system. 

You can download the Charter of demands in pdf format here: 

Deadlock in wage negotiations in Minas Gerais, Brazil

As reported by STI Bebidas, the trade union for the Coca-Cola bottler Remil in Minas Gerais, Brazil, which has been acquired by Coca-Cola Femsa some months ago, wage negotiations have reached a deadlock. Read an interview with union president Hamilton Jeronimo da Silva in Spanish on the  REL-UITA website.

Brasil - Working time regulation improved through FELATRAC intervention

Workers at the Coca-Cola FEMSA distribution centre in Cosmopolis, Brasil, succeded to repeat the achievement of their colleagues in Jundiai and removed the "working time account" system, a form of working time flexibilisation detrimental to workers.

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