Costa Rica: Workers allege Coca Cola of harassment, anti-union persecution practices

Posted on August 4, 2014 • Filed under: Business, Costa Rica reported two workers of the transnational Coca-Cola reported the company to the Labour Court of San José for harassment and anti-union persecution. The Labour Court of the Second Circuit Court of San José, gives course to the demand for labour against the Coca Cola company, filed by the trade unionist Róger Lanzoni Mora and by Manuel Jiménez Cascante, “after being forced (the first) to give up his post, because the trade union persecution unleashed by the company”, denounced the Trade Union Union of public workers and private (Untrasepp). Lanzoni said he worked as an Assistant in the distribution of products and their journey began at six in the morning, but extended for 16 hours until they completed to place all orders, but the company only eight… Read Article

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