Karachi union incorporates "Charter of demands" into negotations

The Staff and Workers Union at Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited (CCBPL), Karachi submitted a charter of demands to management on  January, 2, 2009.

Among other demands, it includes the following four points which reflect and specify positions of the Global charter of demands against casualisation, as appropriate for the situation at the Karachi plant:

Norwegian shop steward visits Coca-Cola Karachi

karachi1 January 22, 2009, Tony Farman, union shop steward at the  Coca Cola plant in Oslo Norway,and a member of IUF affiliate NNN, visited the Coca-Cola Factory at Karachi.

The Right to Information for Collective Bargaining

One of the challenges faced by unions representing workers in transnational companies is the lack of information about the company’s financial situation and business plans at local, national and global levels.

Coca-Cola China violates agency workers' rights, students report says

According to a research report released by Chinese students, Coca-Cola China grossly violates the rights of agency workers in its operations.

Confronting job destruction in CCE Europe: Eureopan Coca-Cola Union discuss joint strategy

Dec. 10, Brussels. “Piecemeal” restructuring and the failure of CCE Europe management to provide the full picture of planned job cuts and reshufflings to the European Works Council, but also employee representatives in the respective countries were the main topic of a Coca-Cola Europe Union Coordination meeting organized by EFFAT in Brussels, Dec. 10.

Russian Coke Unions support the Charter against job destruction, join Coca-Cola Workers Alliance

Dec 1, 2008, a regular meeting of the Coordination Council of Russian Coca-Cola Unions (KoKS) was held. 

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