Daimler chief Executive Officer Dieter Zetsche is alarmed about rights works councils in his staff. "We are following this development with concern," says Zetsche of Süddeutsche Zeitung, "That doesn't leave us cold." Leading members of Employee representative centre Automotive are suspected of having sympathy for National Socialism. This was recently reported by various media. The topic is particularly explosive, since from March to May regular operating elections in Germany are due and centre automobile calculates good chances for additional seats in works council.
At Daimler's main plant in Stuttgart-Untertürkheim, center automobile has already held four of 45 works council seats, writes newspaper. That's almost ten percent now. With forthcoming election, it could be again, after all, organization is more self-confident and financially better equipped than ever.
On Internet, Zentrum auto even claims that "more than 300 colleagues at five Daimler locations" would be choice. In addition, re are anor 200 people "in different industries and companies, scattered across entire Federal Republic", who would compete. The group is also present at BMW in Leipzig and Opel in Rüsselsheim and maintains its own data according to contacts with colleagues at Audi.
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