Restructuring

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Spain: FITAG and FEAGRA to analyze the new "workforce reduction scheme" proposal of CCIP

On June 13 Spain's High Court ordered the Spanish Coca-Cola Bottler CCIP to reverse its decision to fire 1,190 workers as a result of theirplans to close 4 plants.

We've forced Coca-Cola to back down, now it's PepsiCo's turn!


On June 13 Spain’s High Court ordered the Spanish Coca-Cola Bottler
CCIP to reverse its decision to fire 1,190 workers as a result of their
plans to close 4 plants.

Support Coca-Cola Pakistan workers to resist escalating company attacks!

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

IUF members in Pakistan started to launch protest actions in March over a failure to reach an agreement on restructuring. In retaliation Coca-Cola's Turkish Bottler operating in Pakistan-Coca-Cola Içecek (CCI) escalated the attack on unions by terminating the union president, Brother Nasrullah, at Lahore. On March 28 management also increased harassment of union members by stopping them from attending Friday prayers.

IUF affiliates in Spain Headed for Legal Clash against Coca-Cola's restructuring plan

IUF affiliated unions CC.OO and FITAG-UGT in Spain are heading to court over the restructuring plan of Coca-Cola Iberian Partners to shut down 4 of 11 plants and cut or relocate about 30% of its workforce.

Spain: Coca-Cola workers facing plant closures and jobs massacre go on strike

Coca-Cola Iberian Partners, a company created from the integration of seven Coca-Cola bottling companies in Spain announced to shut down four of its 11 plants. The bottling plants in the Balearic Islands, Southeastern Alicante, and Northwestern Asturias region and near Madrid will be closed affecting more than 1,200 workers. In the initial reorganization plan presented by the company, almost 750 workers would be dismissed in different ways - some through pre-retirement schemes and more than 500 through a compulsory lay off. 500 employees are likely to be transferred to other plants.

Coca-Cola Splits North American Business

Coca Cola Company has announced plans to restructure its North American business in an attempt to accelerate its franchising efforts and streamline its main focus.

UK: Unions stage a demo over Coca-Cola job cuts in Wakefield

IUF affiliated Unite the Union, UK's largest union, called on the Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) to rethink its 'rigid' stance on seeking 47 job losses at its new automated warehouse in Kenmore Road.

The job losses are made up of 38 volunteers and 9 compulsory - but Unite says that 10 more workers have come forward for voluntary redundancy with similar skills, so there is no need for all the compulsory redundancies.

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