Czech Republic - Hyundai workers conclude 12% pay increase - March 31, 2017

Workers of the second-biggest carmaker in the Republic, Huyndai, will get a pay rise of around 12 percent, a company’s spokesman announced. The deal is part of a collective agreement signed by the trade unions and representatives of the company’s management. In 2016, blue collar workers in Hyundai made on average 34,500 crowns (1276 euro). The average wage in the Moravian-Silesian region, where the plant is located, was around 25,200 crowns in 2016.

English: http://www.radio.cz/en/section/news/czech-hyundai-workers-to-get-12-percent ...  

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