BMW dealership in China has worker-management disputes

The BMW dealership in Dailan, China is having some worker-management disputes. But as of the moment, BMW officials are still keeping a close eye on the situation to make sure that this does not get bigger than it already is and to not affect the rate of Chinese production.

Last June 18, all the workers at the BMW Yanbao’s Dalian dealer unit, one of the biggest dealerships in China, went on strike. They demanded that BMW pay back their bonuses since they haven’t received any pay increase for the past two years.

After the workers walked out, the BMW dealership management agreed to give the workers 20% salary increase. But the workers are demanding that they get the bonuses that are still unpaid. The workers threatened to take collective action if by the end of June, their demands are still not met.

Source: Autonews

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