Coca Cola Violates Human Rights
In business today, human rights are not considered. Human rights should be considered in every business organization. Neglecting human rights is a serious matter, because it can lead to abuse, murder, deception and immorality. Although a business may look successful, behind the scenes there may be horrid occurrences. Using Coca-Cola as an example, the company is looked upon as successful. Recently, Coca-Cola's bottling plant in Columbia has been accused of abusing its employees. Coca-Cola has been violating the code of human rights since 1989 by underpaying employees and silencing trade unions.
Coca-Cola is the world's largest soft drink maker. Its name is advertised everywhere. People who like to drink Coca-Cola's products are part of a massive population of consumers. Coca-Cola not only offers Cola, but also these other products: Dasani, Fanta, Minute Maid, Nestea, Odwalla, Powerade, Sprite, Fruitopia and Barq's (www.killercoke.org). Coca-Cola buys a lot of shelf space in supermarkets and contracts with many universities. Coca-Cola is a very successful business, but it should not be, because the revenue earned does not contain integrity or morality.
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