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Michelin: Agreement on the Michelin Global Works Council

On 27 January 2020, Valter Sanches, IndustriALL Global Union general secretary, and Florent Menegaux, CEO of Michelin Group, signed an agreement to set up the Michelin Global Works Council.

The global Works Council “will enable employee representatives and management to discuss and share ideas, and to work on selective studies concerning major international issues facing the group”. Up to 50 employee representatives will sit on the Michelin Global Council (CMM). They will be appointed on the basis of their country or economic area, either from among trade union representatives, or via an election, in accordance with local practices. The employee representatives from EU countries will come from the group’s European Works Council, which retains all of its powers. The Council, which is entitled to hold up to two meetings per annum, is conceived as “a social dialogue body allowing information to be exchanged with workforce representatives who are CMM members, regarding economic, financial, social and environmental matters that are global and transnational in scope.” At meetings, senior management will share information with the group’s employee representatives on subjects such as: 1) the group’s economic results, social indicators and strategic orientations at global level; 2) economic, social and environmental benchmarks and forecasts; 3) raising awareness of issues and transformations facing the company; 4) thinking on external changes and cultural trends that are unfolding. The body will be there to act as the group’s “economic, social and environmental observatory”.

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  • Type of document : Transnational company agreement
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    • Transnational collective bargaining

The dates of the documents

  • Date of signing : 2020-01-27
  • Date of publication : 2020-01-28
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