Labour Unions at DELL Slovakia

The first meeting on collective bargaining between trade unions and the management of DELL Slovakia will take place this Wednesday.

The trade unions of the technology giant submitted 30 proposals related to the social benefits of employees. Severance pay for employees, allowances for the education of the children of employed parents, increased meal allowances, special health examinations, the adjustment of working hours for parents returning from parental leave and many other benefits will be addressed.

"We believe that our proposals will bring benefits not only to our colleagues, but to the company as such," said Daniel Andráško, co-founder of the trade union Technologies Unions Slovakia.

According to Andráško, the goal of the unions is to get as close as possible to the European standards of the company from the employee perspective. Even today, employees in the same positions within the company in China or India, for example, have better benefits when it comes to severance pay. “Dell is one of the technology leaders worldwide, and we at Technologies Unions Slovakia believe that it can soon become a leader in modern care for its employees in Slovakia and will be an inspiration for other companies,” said Daniel Andráško.

What the unions at DELL propose:

  • Better conditions for severance pay after working for 3 or more years
  • More flexible working hours for parents with children
  • Paid leave (35% of salary) with a guarantee of maintaining a job after working 10 or more years for up to 6 months
  • Extended comprehensive preventive health examination after reaching the age of 40 years after working 3 or more years

About Technologies Unions Slovakia
Dell, s.r.o. Technologies Unions Slovakia was founded on November 4, 2020. Its main goal is to protect, promote and defend the rights of employees at Dell s.r.o. The values of the labour union are based on the need to represent employees in performing their work, emphasising employment, labour, wage, social and cultural interests, the right of life and health protection in the profession, as well as discrimination protection. More information can be found at: https://unions.sk/ or at https://www.facebook.com/TechnologiesUnionsSlovakia

Media contact: Daniel Andráško, mobile: 0907941161, daniel.andrasko@unions.sk

This article has been brought to you by Technologies Unions Slovakia.

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