LAID-OFF Coca-Cola employees will get paid at last.
Coca-Cola Iberian Partners and the trade unions thrashed out an agreement to pay €7.4 million in interim wages owed to 351 workers for the period between June and November 2014.
Affected by the company’s redundancy plan, they had not been paid as required by law while solutions were sought to legal issues.
Spain’s national high court in Madrid recently invalidated the company’s plans to lay off employees at bottling plants in Alicante, Asturias, Fuenlabrada (Madrid) and Palma de Mallorca. The court also backed the workers’ refusal to relocate to other the company’s other plants.