Nissan is one of the brands that bet on Spain to manufacture its products. Some of them exclusively for all the world as the Press. These production centers work well is vital for the brand to maintain its presence in our country and to continue providing work for the region. However, a few days ago we reported that the unions had held several days of strike because they did not agree with their salary conditions.
well, the situation seems to return to normal as the direction of the factory and the unions that represent the workers of the plant of Nissan in Barcelona and Montcada they have reached an agreement. Last night they have closed negotiations for a new collective agreement. The validity of this new framework agreement is extendrá from 1 January 2016 until 31 march 2018.
Nissan Navara NP300
This new agreement includes a pay rise of 1% consolidated and a further 0.3 percent were not consolidated since January of this year until 31 march of the next year. In addition, also foresees a pay rise consolidated 0.6 percent linked to another of the 0.5 per cent non-consolidated which will run between 1 April 2017 and 31 march 2018.
in Addition to these achievements, wage employers and unions have also negotiated further measures in terms of employment and flexibility of labour. Regarding employment have been made that workers with temporary contracts or fixed-discontinuous to become undefined. In addition it will also create a Joint Commission of Monitoring of the Outsourcing that will consider the tasks that can be outsourced by the company.
In terms of flexibility of labour have agreed that workers who so wish can take up to three Saturdays productive in a period of five, even for the areas that they work from 8 to 17 hours. They have also agreed that they can make breaks by areas, or working in two or three shifts in different areas, and must adequately inform the workers ‘ representative.
we Hope that this new collective agreement will bring the peace necessary for the brand to continue betting on Spain to make many more cars.
Source – Nissan