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Post date: 12/01/2011 - 14:51

General meeting of the union NGG urges securing employment with Beck's

"The General Assembly of the trade union NGG called on the management of ABInbev Germany to negotiate the planned relocation of U.S. business in the U.S. with the works council and trade union NGG a backup of the jobs," said the unanimous request of the NGG members to management.

"The General Assembly of the trade union NGG called on the management of ABInbev Germany to negotiate the planned relocation of U.S. business in the U.S. with the works council and trade union NGG a backup of the jobs," said the unanimous request of the NGG members to management.

The most recent shocking news from the ABINbev management, the filling of Beck's (and later of "St. Pauli Girl") to relocate a U.S. brewery was the first subject well attended general meeting of the union NGG yesterday Saturday. None of the employees trust the management's statement that "no jobs in Germany will be affected" by this measure . Especially since this statement was the management with the word "currently" provided.

Dieter Nickel, director of trade union NGG in Bremen, relies on the solidarity of the workers: "This employee has in recent years have shown repeatedly that she is willing and able to enforce their legitimate interests, whether in the social collective agreement or the last pay round. We do not rely on general statements of management experience, whose shelf life is very short. We want to have the job security in writing.

The Plant this is moving to is in Baldwinsville New york. USA