Strike ends at Coca-Cola Enterprises France

CCE management and unions have signed an agreement ending the strike on Wednesday at Coca-Cola Socx, near Dunkirk (North). The agreement includes a wage increase of 3.2% starting in July and individual increases based on lenght of service. People returned to work from Wednesday 9pm, April 30 onwards and all sites returned to production Friday, May 2 after two weeks of strike
which severely disrupted production
in France.

Strike at CCE France: Clamart obtains a 4,5% increase, Grigny and Dunkirk go on

French Coca-Cola workers at the Clamart production site obtained an overall salary increase of 4.5% last Saturday 26 April, according to CFDT representative Christian Jurcenoks. The raise includes an overall increase of 3.2%, with the remaining 1.3% depending on merit. This increase is an offer that hasn't been negotiated unions with and will be subject to a review in October should inflation be higher overall increase.

Industrial action at Coca-Cola Enterprises France continues

Industrial action at Coca-Cola Enterprises (CEE) operations in France continues at the Northern sites of Dunquerque, Grigny and Clamart. Growing unrest is reported in other sites but has not yet led to a strike. The CFDT, FO, CFTC and CGT unions demand that CCE management :

(1) reopens good faith negotiations with unions around wages at a national level, not in a site-by-site, union-by-union divisive way

(2) extends the concession of a 4% wage increase and 80€ monthly bonus that accepted at its Marseille site to the rest of CEE facilities in France

Coca-Cola Enterprise workers on strike in Northern France around pay negotiations

The French unions FO, CFDT and CFTC jointly launched industrial action on 17 April at the Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) production site of Bierne-Socx. Strikers demand a 6% raise on top of additional 80 €

Philippines: Supreme Court decision boosts legal cases against CCBPI's illegal dismissal of more than 900 union members

Earlier this year the Supreme Court ruled that Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines Inc (CCBPI) had denied the right to regular employment to seven workers and their subsequent dismissal was deemed illegal. This has set a crucial precedent for 14 separate legal cases filed by unions affiliated to the IUF. Together these cases cover the illegal dismissal of more than 900 union members.

TCCC to sell 18 million shares in Coca-Cola Amatil to purchase stake in Coca-Cola Korea

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution 09/28/07

Coke plans to sell part of its stake in Australian bottler Coca-Cola
Amatil to raise cash for new investments, the bottler announced

"Union-busting by installment" case goes to Supreme Court: 6 years of illegally replacing union members with contract workers

In July 2001 Coca-Cola Philippines
management issued an internal memo to all HR managers to freeze all
hiring of regular workers. That freeze continues today as literally
thousands of 5-month contract workers are rotated through the bottling
plants. This practice is now the subject of a Supreme Court Case, with
many more cases in the pipeline.

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