violations of workers rights

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Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia takes disciplinary action against union president for informing members of their legal rights

Coca-Cola Amatil Indonesia is taking disciplinary action against the president of the independent, democratic union at Coca-Cola Bandung, Sovi Fradina Mardani Masrip, for informing his members of their legal rights.When management launched a retrenchment program, workers asked questions in a WhatsApp Messenger group about the proposed separation pay. Sovi Fradina responded by sharing information on separation pay according to the law and how these legal entitlements are calculated. Management  immediately issued a third and final warning letter against Sovi Fradina on October 19 accusing him of "deliberately disseminating information to employees" that disrupted the retrenchment program and caused harm to the company. By issuing a third warning letter (and bypassing a first and second warning letter), management declared this a serious offence that will lead to suspension and possibly termination at any time in the next six months, up until April 19, 2019.

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The Coca-Cola Company (TCCC), through its Australian subsidiary Coca-Cola Australia, has announced the joint acquisition, together with its Australian-based bottler Coca-Cola (CCA) of a 45% ownership stake in Australia's Made Group, which produces non-soda 'healthy' beverages.

Coca-Cola German Works Council support for the IUF's "Zero Rights" campaign


The IUF-Affiliated NGG and General Works Council of Coca-Cola European Partners Germany have lent support to the IUF's "Zero Rights" campaign and denounced The Coca-Cola Company's current human rights failures in a number of countries. The Works Council published a special edition of their newsletter expressing support and collected signatures from members at Coca-Cola and activists all demanding that the company fully respect and guarantee access to human rights throughout Coca-Cola operations worldwide.

Nepal: IUF affiliate supports “Zero Rights” campaign


At the Food and Beverage meeting organized by the IUF in Kathmandu, the Whole Industry Trade Union Nepal (WHIN) poses for a solidarity photo for the IUF’s “Zero Rights” campaign asking TCCC to remedy the growing number of human rights violations within the Coca-Cola System.

Japan: Food Rengo shoulder to shoulder with IUF Coca-Cola affiliates that stand up against rights abuses


The IUF-affiliated Food Rengo members that represent flour mills sector in Japan show their solidarity with the IUF’s “Zero Rights” campaign.

India: AB InBev union in solidarity with IUF affiliates fighting TCCC’s rights abuses

Haryana Breweries Limited Mazdoor Union(HBLM) that represents AB InBev workers at Sonepat factory supports IUF affiliates in Indonesia, Ireland, Haiti, the Philippines and the US that fight against rights abuses within the Coca-Cola system. The Coca-Cola Company is failing to remedy the growing number of human rights violations within the Coca-Cola System.

Indonesia: FSBMM and its members at Danone aqua stand with “Zero Rights” campaign


Independent federation of food workers in Indonesia (FSBMM) together with its new member union that represents Danone Aqua workers at Subang factory stand with the IUF’s “Zero Rights” international campaign which targets TCCC’s failure to remedy the ongoing rights violations in five countries.
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