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Nestlé European Works Council / 27-29 October 2010

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Following contentious discussions on wage policy (denial of bargaining rights, pay freezes, move toward performance-linked remuneration) at recent Nestlé EWC meetings, the company made a presentation on its remuneration policy at the meeting in October. It became clear that it is Nestlé’s intention to substitute performance-linked remuneration for collective wage increases wherever possible. A further issue of concern is the PE (performance evaluation) process and the consequences of its implementation. These are issues which must remain on the trade union agenda.

Report from the NECIC meeting in October 2010


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