casualisation/precarisation

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Coca-Cola Unions in Africa to intensify their cooperation

Coca-Cola union representatives from South Africa, Benin, Ghana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Niger, Nigeria, Tanzania, Togo and Zambia met March 12-14 in Johannesburg, South Africa to discuss successes and challenges of trade union work in the Coca-Cola system in Africa, and the integration of African Unions into the Global Coca-Cola Alliance.

German Coca-Cola employee reps against casual work

February 11. The General Works Council of the German Coca-Cola Bottler CCEAG, which is owned by The Coca-Cola Company, discussed casual work, and in particular the Charter of demands of the Global Coca-Cola Workers Alliance at its meeting February 11. Delegates, representing about 12.000 employees of CCEAG in Germany, adopted the Charter of demands unanimously and expressed their explicit support for the document.

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:

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.

Stop casual employment in Coke! Support the Alliance Charter of demands against job destruction!

More and more trade unions in the Coca-Cola system have started to
actively explore and take up the fight against casual employment in
production, sales and distribution of Coca-Cola products.

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