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RUSSIA: Coca-Cola local looking for CBA language on premiums/bonuses

At the moment, one of the Russian Coca-Cola HBC Eurasia locals (in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, established only in January 2006) is negotiating on its first CBA, in which they try to include for the first time regulation on wages and bonuses/premiums (so far this has been decided by the company unilaterally and quite individually).
To support their position that and how this should be regulated, they are looking for contract language on bonuses/premiums - what kind of premiums do exist in different countries, what indicators are used to establish the amount of premium paid, and so on.
Any text would be greatly appreciated, please send to Gisela Neunhoeffer (gisela.neunhoeffer@iuf.org, IUF TNC Coordinator for Eastern Europe and Central Asia).

Manila Sales Force Union Fights Casualisation & Outsourcing

On 19 June 2005, Coca Cola Sales Force Union-Meycauyan held its union congress at the Meycauyan sales & distribution centre in Manila (which supplies 70% of all consumed C-C products in Manila area). Immediately after their Congress they held up a banner in the company grounds that reads: "No to CDS (Contract DElivery System), GTM (Going To Market), TRD (Third Party Delivery)".

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KCTU's Coca-Cola Korea affiliates win regular status for casual/subcontracted workers

In collective bargaining negotiations with the Coca-Cola Korea Bottling Company (CCKBC) that concluded in July 2004, the CCKBC Labour Union won permanent employment for casual workers as part of a broader KCTU struggle against casualisation.

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Sri Lanka: CMU negotiates new CBA, casual workers secure permanent status

On Novemer 1, the IUF affiliate CMU signed a new Collective Agreement with Coca-Cola Beverages Sri Lanka that is effective (retrocatively) from July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2006.

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