TPCA has agreed on a new collective agreement, wages will increase by 500 CZK
Cologne TPCA Toyota Peugeot Citroën has agreed with the trade unions on the terms of a new collective agreement. The aim of this action was to focus on the stability of working conditions in the current historically most difficult period for the company. The result of an agreement the wage increase of 400 crowns for all workers with wage tariff.
For the largest group of employees, this means wage growth of 1.9 percent. With the increase of salary to employees will also increase premiums, individual and corporate bonuses bonus. In sum so their wages will increase by almost 500 per month.
The new collective agreement is also extending the extra amount of compensation in case of dismissal for redundancy and reinforcement guarantee payment of benefit program. In addition, the company will reward employees after 10 and 15 years worked in the company and the amount of 5,000 crowns. The same amount of rewards workers receive now after 5 years in the company. All of these points are valid since 1April 2013.
TPCA Press Office
Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile (TPCA) is a joint venture between Toyota Motor Corporation and PSA Peugeot Citroën, built in 2002 in the industrial zone of Cologne - Ovčáry. Production began in February 2005 and, in the following year, annual capacity of 300,000 cars. The TPCA currently work 2400 employees. TPCA is one of the biggest exporters in the Czech Republic. The automaker produces Toyota Aygo, Peugeot 107 and Citroën C1 city cars with low fuel consumption and reliability.TPCA employs the most environment-friendly technology, as proven with the BAT (Best Available Techniques), which the plant was awarded along with an international certificate of environmental management EN ISO 14001:2004. The development Kolinska TPCA donated more than 95 million.
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