Foxconn Sets Up Employee Council PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 25 January 2008 06:48
PRAGUE – Unable to resolve certain internal arguments between staff and agency workers, Foxconn has set up a parliament for its 7,000 Czech-based employees, say
published reports.

Foxconn is the largest employer in the area, employing both Czech staff and foreign workers, a Czech paper says.

The parliament has roughly 25 members and meets each month, according to Jaroslav Mariel, Foxconn’s union head.

Foxconn managers will attend parliament meetings, one of which has occurred so far.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 January 2008 06:49
 

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