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PepsiCo workers in Pakistan continue fighting for their rights!

5 December 2016 News
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Workers at PepsiCo's Frito-Lay plant in Lahore continue fighting for their rights and for their union against a management which refuses to recognize their organization and their demands. Hundreds of union members, backed by the Pakistan Food Workers' Federation and community supporters rallied at the factory gate in November to highlight their demand for an end to the harassment of union members and officers, negotiation on their charter of demands and an end to the massive abuse of casual employment. The workers also chanted slogans in support of the 28 workers at the warehouse in West Bengal, India contracted exclusively to PepsiCo who have been fighting for their rights for over two-and-a-half years with IUF support.