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Nicaragua: collective bargaining success cuts number of precarious workers to half, increases salaries

On May 3, the Trade Union of Workers of the National Soft Drink Industry (SUT-INARSA), member of the executive commitee of the Latin American Coca-Cola Workers Federation FELATRAC, managed to successfully finalise the wage revision negotiations with Coca-Cola FEMSA, reaching an average wage increase of 7.42 percent. Lower paid categories of salaries were increased by up to 14%.

Coca-Cola: The real Sting (Video)

Coke Edmonton workers explain why they're on the picket line:

Sort this out through negotiation Unite tells Coca-Cola - or unrest could spread

Coca-Cola should get back round the negotiating table with its workforce and sort out its pay dispute - or it could see the unrest spread elsewhere in the company.

UK: Strike - it's the real thing

Four million fewer bottles of Coca Cola could be produced this month as a series of stoppages lasting to the end of September begins today (15 September 2010) in a dispute over pay.

UK: Join striking Coke Edmonton workers online on facebook!

Coca-Cola workers in Edmonton, UK, will walk the picket line today following the refusal of management to bargain wages. 

Strike action set to fizz at Coca Cola’s North London plant‬‪

‬‪‬Employees at Coca Cola’s Edmonton plant in north London have voted overwhelmingly to take strike action in a bid to obtain a pay rise that reflects of the true cost of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities.

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