Czechia - Negotiations at Škoda Auto pending - February 28, 2018

Since the start of 2018, unions and management of the country’s biggest car maker, Škoda Auto, have been bargaining on wages. The unions demand a pay rise of 18 percent and rejected the latest offer of a 15 percent pay hike over the next 27 months. They are not satisfied with the spreading out of the pay raise over such a long period. The unions also reject the additional demand of Škoda management for changing the system of shifts at its flagship plant. The unions also spoke of possible industrial action. The carmaker recorded its best monthly result ever in January 2018.

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