Rosenheim employs 160 individuals
France-based dairy large Danone noticed staff stage a strike yesterday (four June) at its plant in Bavaria, Germany, which is earmarked for closure in July subsequent yr.
Workers on the cream-cheese facility within the city of Rosenheim face an unsure future after the Alpro and Activia model proprietor introduced the closure of the positioning in January, with 160 workers set to lose their jobs.
A bunch have been urgent their case yesterday for ample severance packages. A spokesperson for Danone advised just-food immediately that negotiations are at the moment underway with the works council on the plant and so couldn’t present additional particulars.
Nevertheless, in an announcement offered, Danone stated: “The goal is to assist all our workers in creating a great new skilled perspective quickly. Along with help find new employment, this additionally features a honest social plan for all.”
Additional negotiations with the works council are deliberate for later this month, and “we sincerely hope that we can draw up a good social plan within the pursuits of our workers as quickly as doable”, the assertion learn.
In accordance with media reviews, Georg Schneider, the managing director of the Meals, Beverage and Catering (NGG) union in Germany, stated the safety plan supplied to staff by Danone was not ample.
just-food has requested the NGG for remark.