Contrary to what was represented by the anchor of the program during the "On the Money" show, our Company has not refused to do a third party assessment of its workplace practices in Colombia.
An independent assessment of bottling plants in Colombia, which was conducted in 2005 by the internationally respected and SA8000-certified social compliance auditor Cal Safety Compliance Corporation, confirmed that workers in our bottling partners' Colombian plants enjoy freedom of association, collective bargaining rights, and a work atmosphere free of anti-union intimidation.
More on Journey
- Coca-Cola Continues Progress in North American Refranchising, Including Launches of Two New Bottlers
- The Coca-Cola Company Statement on Importance of Equal Rights for LGBT Community
- Coca-Cola Announces "One Brand" Global Marketing Approach
- The Board of Directors of The Coca-Cola Company Announces 54th Consecutive Annual Dividend Increase
- Continued Progress in Refranchising of North American Bottling Territories