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Trade unionists from Volkswagen believes that they manage to push through higher wage growth than is usual in the field


Mlada Boleslav (MEDIAFAX) - Wage growth between four and six percent plan to promote the World Works Council of Volkswagen (VW). He is vice-president Bernd Wehlauer Škodováckého in the current issue of trade unionists, published on Thursday.

"Collective bargaining has taken place throughout the industry and we are last in line. Competitors while still a collective agreement made during the crisis. Our position is different, because VW is now on the rise in our expectations are so different. We put so much higher now request and we bet more on the value of success, than to the structure. We had extensive discussion to the membership and we have come to the fact that wage growth will require between four and six percent.I believe that we can negotiate more than is common in our industry, "said Wehlauer Škodováckému trade unionists.

He also said that the council is trying omezovat share of agency work. "This year we took over 400 agency workers in the tribal state of VW. I expect that if VW will do well next year as this year, so we
continue with this process, "said Wehlauer ..

Dana Rybáková,

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