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VW works council: Works council wants wages above the area rate

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'One thing is clear: we will be completing the area in this with our request That is only fair because Volkswagen is outperforming the competition thanks to the commitment of its employees. '

Collective agreement expires at the end of January 2011

The current collective agreement for Volkswagen AG is running End of January 2011. In February of this year, under the influence of the economic crisis, employers and employees concluded a collective agreement for the metal and electrical industry, which is to run until March 2012. In addition to a one-off payment of 320 euros, it includes wage increases of 2.7 percent as of April 1, 2011.

In December, IG Metall wants to enter into negotiations on a new company tariff for around 90,000 VW employees with a specific demand go. Osterloh said he expected an 'exciting collective bargaining round that will certainly not be easy'. IG Metall district manager Hartmut Meine also spoke out in Hanover for a degree that goes beyond the area tariff - the economic situation at VW has developed better than that of many competitors. 'Volkswagen held up extremely well in the context of the economic crisis.'

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