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Several countries report problems with trade union recognition, refusal to negotiate (sometimes despite court orders) and attempts to cut pay or terms of service. The most notorious and on-going cases, such as Colombia and the Philippines, have dedicated sections - follow the menu links.

For updates on workers fighting for their basic human rights and Nestlé's pattern of breaching them around the world see the International Union of Food Workers site.

In the UK, when Nestlé moved production of some famous Rowntree brands from their historic home of York to countries with cheaper labour, it then tried to force remaining staff to accept cuts in pay and conditions - see the AMICUS site.

Last Updated ( Jun 18, 2011 at 12:34 AM )
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