violations of workers rights

warning: Creating default object from empty value in /homepages/36/d105421224/htdocs/ccww/modules/i18n/i18ntaxonomy/i18ntaxonomy.pages.inc on line 34.

Spanish Supreme Court rules dismissed workers' rights were violated at Coca-Cola

On April 15, 2015 the Madrid Supreme Court announced its final verdict on the closure of four Coca-Cola factories in Spain and confirmed the previous ruling of the National Court which declared the Coca-Cola Iberian Partners' (CCIP) restructuring plan announced in January 2014 invalid. The  restructuring and the  closure  of  4  plants in  Alicante,  Fuenlabrada  (Madrid),  Palma  de  Mallorca  and Colloto (Asturias) affected  more  than  1190  workers  and  caused  the  forced  redundancy  of  821 employees.

Brazil: Court verdict in favor of dismissed Coca-Cola distribution workers

In late February 2015, more than 200 workers employed in the distribution of Sorocaba Refreshments, which produces and markets Coca Cola products, were fired during the Carnival holidays. The company sent a notification to the workers while transferring the entire fleet of trucks to a nearby town to outsource the service.

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.

Dominican Republic: SINATRABEDSA demands reinstatement of dismissed workers at Coca-Cola

On 3 December, the IUF affiliated National Union of Workers in Dominican Bepensa SA (Coca-Cola SINATRABEDSA) expressed its reaction to the unfair dismissal of its two members working in the distribution center of Coca Cola in Barahona, southwest of the country.

Rafael Vega, newly elected general secretary of SINATRABEDSA, told that the unilateral cancellation of the contracts of Rudy Pérez and José Julián Trinidad , the first union delegates in Barahona , was due to their participation in union activities and claiming their labor rights.

Coca-Cola Philippines management chooses "No Union" for half the workers before union certification election

In the lead up to a certification election for the newly formed Coca-Cola Monthlies Union-Canlubang Plant (CCMU) in the Philippines management reduced the list of employees eligible to vote from 55 workers to 25.

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. 
 

Philippines: P3 claims another victim

When a Quality Assurance Specialist at Coca-Cola Philippines was told she had failed under the P3 performance evaluation system she fought to defend herself against a biased and unfair system. Instead of addressing her concerns about her manager's clear bias against her she was given a dismissal notice, becoming yet another victim of the ruthless P3 appraisal scheme that unions have been fighting against for more than two years. 
Syndicate content