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Watch the video and stand up for workers’ rights at Coca-Cola Philippines.

Coca-cola workers in the Philippines are unhappy. The company refuses to collectively bargain with its workers for a wage increase and other benefits.  Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines, Inc. (CCBPI) is threatening the workers' union and job security of workers.

Watch this video and find out what you can do to help make Coca-cola workers happy.

Progress in Pakistan: 75 more casual workers made permanent as unions open offices for the first time

As a result of the successful organizing campaign in Coca-Cola Pakistan in 2008-10 and the union recognition secured through the comprehensive agreement signed in July last year, casual workers continue to be made permanent at bottling plants throughout the country. 

Coke union leader faces termination for helping casual workers demand permanent jobs

On 20th July Coca-Cola Philippines management issued an inter-office memorandum to Brother Fred Maranon, President of the San Fernando Coca-Cola Rank & File Union (SACORU), a member of the IUF-affiliated Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP), threatening termination.

Coca-Cola unions in Pakistan coordinate national bargaining, sign collective agreements for the first time

Six Coca-Cola unions jointly negotiated their plant-level Collective Bargaining Agreements (CBAs) with Coca-Coca Pakistan Beverages Limited (CCBPL) through national bargaining for the first time ever.

Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP) rolls back casualization, wins 741 new permanent jobs in 2012

In a meeting between Coca-Cola Philippines Bottlers Inc. (CCBPI) management and the IUF-affiliated Alliance of Coca-Cola Unions Philippines (ACCUP) on 14 June, the company committed to 741 new permanent jobs in 2012.

New union formed at Coca-Cola plant in south India

In February 2011 a union was organized for the first time at the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Kalahasti, Andra Pradesh, in the south of India. The plant opened in 2003 as a franchise bottler and was taken over by TCCC 4 years later.

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