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Nestle workers in Sao Paulo fight for equal pay and conditions

12 May 2013 News
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Workers employed by Nestle Purina in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil have had enough of inferior wages and conditions. The food trade unions of Sao Paulo (FETIASP) are in the midst of a round of collective bargaining with employers.

10 years ago Nestle acquired the Purina factory, and for 10 years workers have been seeking parity with other Nestle workers in the State.

They are determined to see a successful conclusion of bargaining this time and are prepared to fight to achieve their objectives. Rel-UITA and the Latin American Federation of Nestle Unions (FELATRAN)  support the claims of the workers and will provide solidarity and practical assistance.