collective agreements

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Philippines: Iligan sales union signs a CBA without P3-performance based program

Ilagan Coca-Cola Plant Sales Offices Sales Force Union (ICCPSOSFU) has been fighting against the Coca-Cola company policy that insists a performance based program as basis of the salary scheme for almost 3 years. P3 (Presence, Performance, Participation) system not only removes wage bargaining rights of unions and workers but also threatens job security and increases discrimination. The IUF raised issues around P3 with Coca-Cola Atlanta management and ensured that P3 is negotiable and not mandatory.

Philippines: Collective agreement deadlocked for 28 months over "optional" performance-based pay

For 28 months members in the Ilagan Coca-Cola Plant & Sales Offices and Sales Force Union (ICCPSOSFU) have been denied any possibility of securing a new collective agreement due to their refusal to agree to the compulsory inclusion of "P3" performance-based pay. 
 

Unions in North and Western India unite to strengthen bargaining power

Following the success of the South India Coca-Cola Union Forum in 2011, a second regional forum covering North and Western India was launched on July 28. 

Satisfactory agreement of Brazilian Coca-Cola workers with Coca Cola FEMSA

After difficult negotiations, the factory workers of Cosmopolis reached a new agreement for the period of 2013-2014.

In dialogue with the IUF Latin America office, Artur Well Junior, president of the Union of Workers in the Food Industry Limeira (STILAL) representing employees of the Coca-Cola FEMSA, reported that the negotiations began in April and reached to an agreement at the end of July.

Germany: NGG wins employment guarantees, gains for temporary workers at Coca-Cola Germany

IUF affiliated NGG concluded a very successful collective bargaining agreement after 11 rounds of negotiations and 2 weeks of nationwide warning strikes at Coca-Cola Germany to stop job cuts. NGG secured employment by ensuring that no forced redundancies to take place for the duration of the collective agreement.

2 weeks of nationwide warning strikes at Coca-Cola Germany to stop job cuts

Thousands of workers from Germany`s largest beverage company, Coca-Cola (CCE AG) organized by IUF affiliated NGG will be staging 2 weeks of warning strikes at about 60 sites of Coca-Cola in Germany against the company`s plan over restructuring, job cuts and more flexible working hours.

Philippines: Management dictates use of trade union leave, denies leave for ACCUP-IUF training

At the Coca-Cola Bacolod plant management escalated its attack on trade union rights by laying down new restrictions on how paid trade union leave is used. 
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